Well-known for directing the 2015 movie 50 Shades of Greyish and this year’s 2009 film Nowhere Guy, she actually is also known on her behalf work on brief films titled Like You More and Misfit. Before you begin her career being a film movie director, she proved helpful as an excellent art professional photographer and video/media artist. Her visible artwork exhibitions and specific works consist of “Killing Period” (1994), “Travesty of the Mockery” (1996), and “Crying Guys” (2009). In her early thirties, she survived both cancer of the colon and breast cancer tumor. With her initial hubby, Jay Jopling, she acquired daughters called Angelica and Jessie Phoenix. Her second relationship, to film professional Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who’s more than two decades her junior, created two even more daughters: Wylda Rae and Romy Hero. In 2002, she made a skill video project having a sleeping David Beckham.
Full Name Sam Taylor-Johnson
Date Of Birth March 4, 1967
Place Of Birth England
Education Goldsmiths, University of London
Spouse Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Jay Jopling
Children Wylda Rae Johnson, Romy Hero Johnson, Angelica Jopling, Jessie Phoenix Jopling
Awards Order of the British Empire, Glamour Award for Film Maker
Nominations Turner Prize, BAFTA Award for Best British Film, BAFTA Award for Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer, BAFTA Award for Best Short Film, European Film Award for Best Short Film, British Independent Film Award for Best British Independent Film, British Independent Film Award Douglas Hickox Award (Directorial Debut), Robert Award for Best Non-American Film
Movies Crazy About Tiffany's, Fifty Shades of Grey, Nowhere Boy, Love You More, James Bond Supports International Women's Day
Star Sign Pisces
Longtime friend of London-based American fashion designer Tom Ford.
Member of the 'Best Debut Feature' jury in the 66th Venice International Film Festival in 2009.
Member of the 'Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' (AMPAS) since 2016.
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[on some favourite things, 2011:] I've got a couple of favourite cameras, but the Leica M7 is the one I like to carry with me at all times. Otherwise I end up using my iPhone camera. I prefer to stick with film so the mistakes I make aren't just white-washed by digital life. Another favourite belonging is a postcard of Francis Bacon in Primrose Hill. It's a place I visit nearly every day and is close to where I live; it's where I think and breathe. It's great to see the park in the 1960s and realise nothing has really changed. I also have a 'Kiss Me Quick Hat' which is a memento from Nowhere Boy (2009) [Taylor Wood's directorial debut]. I didn't keep much paraphernalia from the film but this was special as they day we used it, everything was going really well. It brings back good memories. My Andy Warhol book is also very special to me - he's definitely an inspiration for me, especially in my film work. I love his ability to break rules. There's also The Velvet Underground and Nico LP - one of the best covers ever. And inside, some of the best music, ever.
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