Timothy Bird specialises in the weaving of video into traditional theatrical story telling.
Previous Rose credits include The Wind in the Willows and A Christmas Carol.
Set and Video design credits include The Railway Children (Northcott Theatre, Exeter); Exposure: The Musical (Camera Theatre Productions/St. James Theatre); Betrayal (Exeter Northcott); The Honey Man (Birmingham REP); Love, Loss and Chianti (Chichester Festival Theatre); Moon Tiger (Theatre Royal Bath); Hidden in the Sand (Trafalgar Studios); Pippin (Menier Chocolate Factory) and Josh Groban’s Arena Tour (Collaboration with David Farley).
Video/projection design credits include Mens (Collaboration with Chloe Lamford - Wende Snijders tour of the Netherlands); My Mother Said I Never Should (St James’ Theatre); The Government Inspector (Birmingham Rep); Pure Imagination: The Songs of Leslie Bricusse (St James Theatre); McQueen (St James Theatre/West End); The Hudsucker Proxy (Nuffield, Southampton/Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse - winner 'Best Design' UK Theatre Award); Neige (La Grand Théatre de Ville, Luxembourg - (Collaboration with Ellan Parry); Praxis Makes Perfect (Neon Neon/National Theatre of Wales co-production); Manchester Sound: The Massacre (Library Theatre); 42nd Street (Chichester Festival Theatre); Backbeat (Citizen’s Theatre Glasgow/Duke of York's Theatre/Toronto/Los Angeles) and Sunday in the Park with George (Menier Chocolate Factory/Wyndham’s Theatre/The Roundabout Theatre Company’s Studio 54/ NYC/5th Avenue Theatre, Seattle).
Sunday in the Park with George was a collaboration between Timothy (projection design) and David Farley (set and costume), which received the Critics’ Circle Design Award, Evening Standard Theatre Design Award, Olivier Award for Best Design, and in New York, the Outer Critics’ Circle Design Award, the Drama Desk Award and the Tony Nomination for Best Design of a Musical).