Taylor Le is a multidisciplinary creative director based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She specializes in: editorial content creation, design, photo production, and building brand experiences through strategic art direction and design. Most recently, she lead the art and photo departments at San Francisco Magazine as acting creative director. She is the former creative director at Pacific Standard; and was previously a freelance senior art director at Time Inc. in New York, where she designed special edition magazine covers and book covers for such titles as People, Fortune, Entertainment Weekly, and Time-Life. Before that, she was senior art director at Runner’s World and spent almost nine years as group art director at Source Interlink Media launching titles and building a photo department from the ground up. She has been recognized by the Society of Publication Designers, the Art Director's Club, and has received several Ozzie and Maggie awards for excellence in design from Folio:, including an Ozzie Gold for best annual and logo re-design of the year. She is the recipient of the 2017 ASME award for best feature photography.
Recent freelance projects: Sonoma Media Investments, AFAR Media, San Francisco Magazine, Mother Jones, KQED/NPR, and others.
Society of Publication Designers: Behind-the-Scenes
Art Director’s Club: Pacific Standard Hits Refresh
Photo District News: Create Spotlight
No Place Like Home: A Letter from the Creative Director
A View of the World Framed by Another: A Letter from the Creative Director