(Gravity, Avatar, Where the Wild Things Are, The Dark Knight)
Tim joined Framestore in 1988 and rapidly became the driving force behind the company’s push into digital film and television. He started supervising with Emmy-winning VFX on Gulliver’s Travels in 1996 and has since guided the company in new directions while supervising its most challenging projects. These include Alfonso Cuarón’s “Children of Men,” Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight,” Spike Jonze’s highly original CG/practical creatures in “Where the Wild Things Are” and sequences in James Cameron’s incredible “Avatar.”
He was VFX Supervisor on Alfonso Cuarón’s space thriller, Gravity. The unusual storytelling techniques and contemporary space location led Tim to develop a number of ground-breaking techniques to deliver stunning, photo-realistic visuals for the film, three quarters of which is computer generated. In an industry first, Cuarón fought for Tim to be given a credit directly after the Cinematographer to reflect his input on the film.