I tell stories with still images, moving images and words.
I have a passion for capturing and sharing stories using still and moving images that help to shape a broader understanding of our shared humanity.
When I commit to a project, I’m all in. For that reason, I am very selective about the freelance projects I accept. I only take on those that align with my passion for creativity and commitment to integrity and intellectual honesty.
Throughout my 10+ year career in strategic communications, I have worked closely with experts in every subspeciality within photography, videography, branding and marketing. As needed, I can bring-on specialists to fill gaps where I lack expertise.
I am a storyteller. I use photos, videos, and words to capture and share vivid details about people, places, and events that have been traditionally underrepresented in the marketplace of ideas about the American experience. I believe the transformative power of art lies in its ability to open windows into the experiences of others, a requirement for empathy. While most of my projects are for personal fulfillment, I occasionally take on freelance projects that align with my values.
I began making pictures nearly 30-years ago as an undergraduate student while working part-time at a one-hour photo lab and photography studio. After completing graduate school, I ran a successful event videography business part-time for more than 10-years while working day jobs in public policy, community redevelopment, and data analysis. More than a decade ago, I shut down the event videography company to focus on my family and full-time job overseeing the production of TV commercials, digital media, and outdoor ads for a large national organization. Since my kids are off to college, I am again free to pursue my passion for capturing and telling stories part-time.
Logo development is a crucial aspect of establishing a strong brand identity. At MosaicOmnimedia, we believe in a comprehensive and strategic approach to logo design that aligns with our clients’ goals and values.
“Mosaic Omnimedia was my go-to event videography business before the founder, Michael Taylor, shut down the firm to manage the production of TV commercials, outdoor ads, and public service announcements for a large medical services organization. I am excited to learn that he has decided to pick up his camera again. He has an uncanny eye for capturing his subjects in visually interesting and artistic ways that accentuate their beauty. I missed his aesthetic and look forward to partnering with Mosaic Omnimedia on future projects.”