Maggie Taylor

After more than 10 years as a still life photographer, Maggie Taylor began using a computer to create images. She spent her childhood watching countless hours of situation comedies and science fiction on television, which ultimately had a large influence on her work, and her digital composites have been featured in one-person international exhibits at such museums as the George Eastman House; Harn Museum of Art at Univeristy of Florida; Museum of Fine Arts in Houston; The Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University; and the Museum of Photography in Seoul, Korea. Her work is featured in No Ordinary Days, Adobe Photoshop Master Class: Maggie Taylor’s Landscape of Dreams, Solutions Beginning with A and Modernbook Editions’ Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Taylor lives amid the Spanish moss and live oaks at the edge of a small swamp on the outskirts of Gainesville, Florida.