Taylor in 2005
|Alma mater||University of London|
|Occupation||Founder and CEO of MakieLab|
|Spouse(s)||Cory Doctorow (m. 2008)|
|Children||Poesy Emmeline Fibonacci Nautilus Taylor Doctorow|
Taylor attended the University of London 1990-1994.
Taylor is former commissioning editor, Education for the British TV station Channel 4, where she developed a number of informal learning projects involving ARGs, casual gaming and other interactive entertainment formats. Before this, she was the Vice President of Digital Content for BBC Worldwide. In September 2006 she was named one of the Game Industry's 100 Most Influential Women by Next Generation Magazine Online. She founded and edits the blog Wonderland.
In 1997, she was defense on the first UK Quake team, and a member of the UK's Demonic Core clan. In September 2002 she was an exhibit in the Game On exhibition at the Barbican, and featured in the accompanying book, Game On: The History and Culture of Video Games.
In 2008, Taylor's daughter with Cory Doctorow, Poesy Emmeline Fibonacci Nautilus Taylor Doctorow was born. Taylor and Doctorow married in 2008. She currently lives in Central London, having recently moved back from the Los Angeles area.
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