For over a decade Byrd Productions has been creating aesthetic and innovative projects, including feature-length films, documentaries, commercials and public service announcements in the Seattle area. Our company, capable of providing all phases of film and video production and post-production, has realized a range of programs that has been broadcast on national television as well as screened in motion picture theaters nationwide.
Byrd Productions was founded by Holly Taylor in 1992, producing works ranging from commercials and public service announcements to feature length films, with an emphasis on environmental and social issues. An accomplished photographer, her camera work has been broadcast on national PBS stations and cable channels. 2001 marked her first foray into the world of fiction as both the Director of Photography and Editor for Sherman Alexie’s digitally-shot feature film, The Business of Fancydancing. Holly has served as a panelist at the Sundance Film Festival and the Hazel Wolf Environmental Film Festival, as well as a grant panelist for the King County Arts Commission. She also served for a number of years as a video production instructor at 911 Media Arts Center in Seattle, where she tought documentary, digital production and post.
Holly's husband Eric Frith became a principal in the company in 2000, serving since then as Director and Editor. Please see Eric's Bio page for additional information about his work.
As an independent production company we are dedicated to building strong working relationships among ourselves and with our clients; we believe that the creative process is collaborative. We are committed to assisting companies, non-profit organizations and independent producers to develop their ideas into completed programs.
At Byrd Productions we discover something new about ourselves and the world we live in with every program we help create.