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Tim Marshall is a computer animator, part of the award-winning Science North Production Team. Science North is a science centre producing multi-media exhibits, displays and IMAX films. His most recent film is about bird migration education produced for the Philadelphia Zoo.

Selected works and multimedia experiences

Critical praise

The production team were among the winners of the 14th annual international TEA Themed Entertainment Association Thea awards.

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