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Timothy (Tim) David Piper is an Australian writer and director. Working for Ogilvy & Mather Toronto, Piper helped create Dove's "Evolution" television commercial. [1] [2] For this, Piper was one of Time Magazine's finalists for being in its 2008 TIME 100 list for his work for Dove's. [3]

In 2013 he gained widespread attention for creating a viral video showing his wife, actress Sally Gifford Piper as a model, having her appearance radically transformed by Photoshop. [4] In 2014, Tim Piper and Daniel Rosenberg worked to create, write, and produce Farmed and Dangerous, a four-part webisode comedy series, [5] which his wife also appeared in.[ citation needed ]

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