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CRANK

MARK NEVELDINE was born in Watertown, NY, and was a Drama/Psychology major, lettered athlete, and a Dean's List student at Hobart College. He began his career as an award-winning actor and Off-Broadway director in over 25 plays in New York City, then moved behind the camera as Director of Photography on documentaries, music videos, and a television pilot. His narrative DP work includes This Beautiful Life starring Ned Beatty.

BRIAN TAYLOR was born in Pasadena, CA and has served as Director of Photography on a variety of award winning shorts and independent features. His work as Director and Cinematographer on The Man Who Loved Elevators (a 24p short based on the work of Charles Bukowski) established Brian as an HD pioneer and highlighted Cinequest's 2002 DigitalxDigital showcase.

Neveldine and Taylor joined forces to create Nev.Taylor on The Keys (a surreal action/adventure) filmed in Morocco - inventing one of their many camera techniques, "roller-dolly" (U.S. patent pending). The early part of 2002 for the team was spent in the Dominican Republic, completing work on a documentary about the Fuentes Cigar Family.

Upon returning to the United States, the directing team was promptly snatched up by @radical.media for commercials and music videos. Through @radical.media they've directed award-winning commercials for Nike, Motorola, Bud Light, Powerade, KFC, Michelob and Honda. 

Nev.Taylor has worked a slew of additional film and TV projects in addition to CRANK (which marks their feature writing and directing debut). The team has a writing deal at Mandalay Pictures, a screenwriting gig with 20th Century Fox, as well as "Brand X” (an FX pilot created, and executive-produced by nev.taylor), and "Cyco” (a scripted action series in development with Spelling TV, created by nev.taylor). The duo has written four additional feature film scripts and is repped by the William Morris Agency and legal representatives Nelson/Felker.

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