Andy Taylor ACS
Andy Taylor ACS, is one of Australia’s most experienced freelance documentary cameramen and an accredited member of the Australian Cinematographers Society.
His work over the past 30 years has been recognised with 26 Australian Cinematographers Society Awards, and 5 prestigious Walkley Awards for Cinematography.
From 2009 until 2016 Andy filmed stories throughout Australia and around the globe for
60 Minutes - Australia’s leading current affairs program. He has covered every story genre, from human interest, natural disasters, wildlife and adventure, celebrity profiles, cold case murder mysteries, and much more.....
Previously he was the senior cameraman at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, where he worked for 25 years based in Sydney, London, and Moscow. Shooting credits included 96 episodes of Four Corners, and many stories for Foreign Correspondent, Australian Story, 7.30 and Lateline.
Andy has also filmed prestigious documentaries for National Geographic, Dateline NBC, the BBC and ABC. He has also shot several dramas, short films, corporate and music videos.
His work has taken him to over 115 countries and territories, working extensively throughout the USA, Canada, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Australia and the Pacific. Covering many wars, conflicts and areas of civil unrest including: Iraq, Afghanistan, Israel, Gaza, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Libya, Rwanda, Zaire, Angola, the Balkans, East Timor, Indonesia, PNG, Northern Ireland, North Korea, Abkhazia and Russia. He has filmed major natural disasters including earthquakes in Fukushima, Haiti, Armenia and the 2004 boxing day tsunami in Ache. Andy has been shot at many times, shelled, ambushed and attacked, arrested by the KGB, kidnapped by the IRA and confirmed dead in an plane that was shot down.