About

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Ron Taylor worked for BBC Television, London from 1977-92 as a film editor. He also directed for the BBC. Programme departments he worked for were: documentaries, drama, music, arts and current affairs.

Re-writing Tom Liston as a novel, you can find the opening chapters here:

https://slateone.wordpress.com/2017/02/23/tom-liston-opening-chapters/

Has a novel ‘Dr. Zeno’s Pigs’ to finish sometime in 2017/18.

Now dipping toes into game development using Unity.

2017 – ‘Maze Madness’ now in development.

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Screenplays:

Good Day Sunshine – screenplay

I enjoyed the script and I do think you have a very strong lean writing style, and you clearly know the world very well indeed which adds to the authenticity.”

Steve Matthews – Size 9 Films (Ray Wintsone’s film company)

Fragmented Lives – screenplay

“I was taken by your lean writing and the quick pace of the story” – Elsie Choi, Development Exec).” – Bruce Willis and Co.

Painting by Numbers – TV comedy

Secured me a place on a writers’ workshop sponsored by Universal Pictures and the BBC.

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Moving into App creation in 2017.

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Television / Freelance

During the 90s he edited documentaries for Channel Four and started his own production company.

Corporate clients have included: The Royal Opera House, EMAP Metro, The Corporation of London (film shown at the World Cup in Japan) and a co-production with Hulton-Getty about the Hollywood photographer Slim Aarons.

YouTube.com/PZK12

Films made for his You Tube channel PZK12 include: Junk Box – The Final Cut (Producer/DJs, Drum ‘n Bass to House), Tiffany Page (rock band), Derek Smith photographer, Andrew Dixon artist, interview with Professor Jacqueline Labbe (Warwick University) plus several music videos.

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February 2013, he published an Arts magazine ‘Chameleon’ for iPads and Kindles. 1,700 people downloaded it.

2015 – he published ‘How to Shoot and Edit Your Home Movies Like a Pro’ in Apple’s iBookstore (includes over 40 ‘How To’ video clips).

You Tube 

http://www.youtube.com/PZK12

(now over 115, 000 views)

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 The man in the header is Alan Sillitoe (1928 – 2010) a British writer.

Mixed media – painting by me.

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2 comments

  1. Oh you seem to be quite accomplished. I’m suppose to publish a novel next year as well, but I’m rethinking everything about it. How do you stay motivated?

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