Tim Burke (visual effects supervisor)

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Tim Burke is an English visual effects supervisor. He has worked on several films and TV shows, such as Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 and Doctor Who .

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Early life and career

He was born in 1965 in Newcastle-on-Tyne, Tyneside, England. Years after that he studied graphic design and did commercials, but then in 1996 started doing film effects with Ridley Scott's new company. [1]

Recognition

On 24 January 2012 he was nominated for an Academy Award for the film Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 . [2] He had previously been on the team that won the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects for Gladiator. [3]

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References

  1. Interview at Metro
  2. Academy Awards 2012 | Road to the Oscars – IMDb
  3. Bona, Damien (2002-02-06). Inside Oscar 2. Random House Publishing Group. ISBN   9780345448002.