Super Rich who...?
SuperRichMedia encompasses a suite of end-to-end video production and media communication services, with a focus on companies in the technology sector.
Based in the San Francisco Bay area but working globally, our emphasis is on translating complex messages into compelling narratives, both for internal use and external-facing consumption. We focus on blue-chip enterprises, alongside revered editorial institutions like the BBC.
Other services include voice-over and presenting, and bespoke media training courses.
Richard interviewing the World Wide Web inventor, Tim Berners-Lee and Stevie Wonder.
Richard catching up with former US President Clinton.
"I have had the privilege of working with many of the
world’s most famous professionals in journalism. I can
say unequivocally that Richard is a leader in his field."
-Marty Cooper, Inventor of the cellphone
"His outstanding work continues to inspire."
-Sir Peter Bazalgette, legendary TV producer
SuperRichMedia was founded by Richard Taylor, a UK-born journalist who spent two decades at the BBC after graduating with Distinctions from Oxford and McGill Universities.
Straight out of college, he did stints in radio, but soon found his calling in television, first at CNN and then at British broadcaster ITN and Sky News.
After becoming the youngest foreign news producer in the BBC World newsroom, he devised the BBC's flagship technology brand, Click, a pioneering TV show now broadcast around the world in multiple languages and, trailblazing the use of innovative production techniques.
Richard established the BBC's presence in the Bay area, for two years serving as the BBC's North America Technology Correspondent. A voting member of the prestigious TV & Film Academy BAFTA, he has interviewed numerous heads of state, technology leaders and celebrities.
Today he works with his team of creative professionals - producers, directors of photography, post-production supervisors and animators, to tell compelling stories. Richard is also Lead Innovation and Video Instructor at the Advanced Media Institute, part of the world-renowned University of California Berkeley.