Prior to joining Krevolin & Horst, Taylor clerked for the Honorable Gerald Bard Tjoflat on the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. He graduated magna cum laude from the University of Georgia School of Law where he was an Executive Editor of the Georgia Law Review, competed as a finalist in the Jerome Prince Memorial Evidence moot court competition, and coached two moot court teams to first and second place finishes.
Five years before beginning law school, Taylor graduated from Harvard University with an A.B. in Government, focusing on international relations, and a secondary degree in Dramatic Arts. Between undergrad and law school, Taylor obtained first-hand experience in the customer service, gig economy, education, telecommunications, marketing, trucking, and entertainment industries in New York. He managed tens of millions of dollars in sales for the then largest exporter of goods from the United States, purchasing recycled paper for export to China and navigating a rapidly evolving regulatory and diplomatic landscape. Having grown up around the world as the son of an Air Force officer, Taylor is glad to now call Atlanta home with his Atlanta-native wife and their daughter.