Taylor W. Wilson
When he's not working on LMStudios, Taylor can be found doing a variety of genres of artwork in what he tries to call his "spare time." Be it digital or physical art, music, or his next novel, Taylor never rests when it comes to the world of creativity.
Starting out fresh out of high school, Taylor set up his first studio in early 2013. Very little content had been produced, but included the original Table Manners run (9 comic strips total), several podcasts, and an EP from his thrash metal band Wolf In Vain. Things eventually fell through as Taylor pursued the band life. The idea to reboot Table Manners arrived in 2016, but was short-lived. During this time, Taylor had played around with several comic making softwares, but none of them attracted his attention. It was in 2017 that Taylor started writing "Dark Matter: Code Red," and with the release of the novel, Team Dark Matter was formed. The studio's name was meant to be temporary, and temporary it was. Table Manners finally received it's reboot, bringing Taylor back to his comedy roots.
In 2019, "Laughing Matter Studios" finally received it's proper name. The studio thrived off of Taylor's original studio's plan to produce comedic content, though genres could vary, such as the case for Dark Matter and the 2020 co-op motion comic, Project Axis. The first two years saw content release, but it wasn't until 2020 when Taylor led the studio forward by throwing several projects into production. Taylor produced the short videogame "That's My Book!!!" early in the year, originally to simply see if he could do it. After completing the game, Taylor went back to it's beginning and redid the artwork and made the game overall a better play. Finishing the release of the game, Taylor went on to animate Project Axis Episode 1 for Phoenix Press. Finishing out the year, Taylor finished writing Dark Matter III, the final book in his trilogy.
If Taylor's mind is not completely preoccupied with work, he can be found found enjoying a cigar while working, a hobby that he has grown more attuned to in recent years, even talking about learning to roll cigars one day. Taylor also spends much of his time working on artwork outside of LMStudios. His work can be found on his personal website at: www.artofwilson.com.