Suzanne Taylor, Producer/Director of "What on Earth? Inside the Crop Circle Mystery" (WhatOnEarthTheMovie.com), has been involved with films since she graduated Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude from NYU. Having been an actress, she crossed over to the other side of the camera as the Executive Producer of the feature documentary, CROP CIRCLES: Quest for Truth. In February, What on Earth? won the 2009 EBE Award for Best Feature Documentary at the UFO Congress Film Festival, the same award the other film received in 2003.
As the founder of Mighty Companions, a non-profit dedicated to consciousness expansion, her Los Angeles home is a gathering place for forward-thinking activists. A fine arts post-impressionist painter, Suzanne had a one woman show. She is an accomplished chef, and author of The Anybody Can Make It, Everybody Will Love It Cookbook. She writes a blog, Making Sense of These Times (The Conversation.org), where posts about progressive ideas include considerations of how consciousness might evolve and how instrumental the crop circle phenomenon could be in that regard.
What on Earth? is a feature documentary that chronicles Suzanne Taylor's interactions, in England, with the lively community of visionary artists, scientists, philosophers, geometers, educators and farmers who have been profoundly touched by the crop circle phenomenon. Filled with stunning imagery of the circles, it deals with how our scientific materialistic worldview hampers serious investigations of one of the greatest mysteries of our time, and how ascertaining that the circles come from another intelligence would help us think as a planet to solve the pressing problems that challenge us now.