John Lennon
Aaron Taylor-Johnson
(Movies & TV)
Nowhere Boy
Chris Ofili
(Visual Arts)
Anthony Minghella
(Movies & TV)
Jake and Dinos Chapman
(Visual Arts)
Damien Hirst
(Visual Arts)

See also

Sam Taylor-Wood

Knowledge Identifier: +Sam_Taylor-Wood


Sam Taylor-Wood

English filmmaker, photographer, and visual artistadd

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1967.

Countries: United Kingdom (83%), (9%), United States (4%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: John Lennon, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Nowhere Boy

Linked to: Selfridges, R.E.M., Pet Shop Boys,




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Sam Taylor-Wood was born in 1967 add something


At age 11 she gained a maternal half brother named Kristian. add something


United Kingdom - During the late 1980s and 1990s the Saatchi Gallery in London helped to bring to public attention a group of multi-genre artists who would become known as the "Young British Artists": Damien Hirst, Chris Ofili, Rachel Whiteread, Tracey Emin, Mark Wallinger, Steve McQueen, Sam Taylor-Wood and the Chapman Brothers are among the better-known members of this loosely affiliated movement


Seamus McGarvey - Upon graduating in 1988 he began shooting short films and documentaries, including "Skin", which was nominated for a Royal Television Society Cinematography Award, and "Atlantic", directed by Sam Taylor-Wood, nominated for the 1998 Turner Prize


Taylor-Wood began exhibiting fine art photography in the early-1990s. add something


In 1994, she exhibited a multi-screen video work titled Killing Time, in which four people mimed to an opera score. add something


Beginning with the video works Travesty of a Mockery and Pent-Up in 1996. add something


Taylor-Wood was nominated for the annual Turner Prize in 1998, but lost out to the painter Chris Ofili. add something


In 2008, Taylor-Wood directed a short film Love You More, written by Patrick Marber and produced by Anthony Minghella. add something


In August 2008, Taylor-Wood was chosen to direct Nowhere Boy, a biopic about the childhood of The Beatles singer, John Lennon. add something


On 19 September 2008, Taylor-Wood and her art dealer husband, Jay Jopling—with whom she has two daughters, aged five and thirteen—announced their eleven-year marriage was over, and they were separating amicably. add something


Pet Shop Boys - On October 2008, Pet Shop Boys released the single "I'm in Love with a German Film Star" featuring famous British photographer Sam Taylor-Wood on vocals


In 2009, Taylor-Wood made a cash payment of £11 million for a detached townhouse in Primrose Hill, London . add something


The film was released in the UK on Boxing Day, 2009. add something


In February 2009, Sam Taylor-Wood, collaborating with Sky Arts chose to interpret Vesti la Giubba from Pagliacci. add something


As of 31 October 2009, the couple are engaged to be married. add something


The 53rd annual London Film Festival screened the film as its closing presentation on 29 October 2009. add something


Andrew Buchan - In 2009, he appeared as Fishwick in the John Lennon biopic "Nowhere Boy" acting opposite Kristin Scott Thomas, and directed by Sam Taylor-Wood


Aaron Taylor-Johnson - Johnson appeared as John Lennon in the 2009 biopic film "Nowhere Boy", directed by Sam Taylor-Wood


Ecosse Films - The BAFTA nominated film "Nowhere Boy", the teenage biopic of John Lennon directed by Sam Taylor-Wood premiered at the London Film Festival in 2009


Aaron Taylor-Johnson - Johnson and director Sam Taylor-Wood announced their engagement in October 2009 and married at Babington House, Somerset on 21 June 2012


Together with fiancee in early January 2012. add something


They married on 21 June 2012 and both took the name Taylor-Johnson add something


Aaron Taylor-Johnson - On 9 May 2014, it was revealed that he will have a role in Sam Taylor-Wood's "Fifty Shades of Grey


Fifty Shades of Grey (film) - "'Fifty Shades of Grey"' is a 2015 American erotic romantic drama film directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson with a screenplay by Kelly Marcel


In June 2017, Taylor-Johnson said that she regretted directing the first film add something