A. T A Y L O R first began playing guitar when he was fifteen. it was an old, used pawn shop guitar, plugged into an even older amplifier. over the high-school years and into college, he played in a few different groups with friends, eventually dropping out of UC to pursue the lifestyle of a traveling musician. he eventually returned to school, twice, but always found new musical opportunities luring him away. it was later on when he began to focus more on constructing music to enhance visual and oral content, at late-night charismatic prayer meetings. he spent many hours looping, creating, and improvising music to embellish times of contemplative prayer and reflective study, learning the importance of creating space, of not being overly manipulative. years passed until a fellow parishioner (director E L I O T R A U S C H) at a new church in Long Beach approached him after hearing him provide music during communion; Eliot wanted Adam to score a short film. adam agreed, and the short did well. soon after, adam was contacted by a South African Ad Agency, requesting usage of the composition for a television commercial. the rest has been an unexpected and steady snow-ball-type flow of opportunities to compose music for television commercials, documentaries, national multi-spot ad campaigns and web films for agencies such as 180LA, Arnold Worldwide, BBDO NY, Procter&Gamble, Saatchi & Saatchi, and VF.