Tim Baxter

Video Designer

Tim began his working life at the Royal Shakespeare Company as an early practitioner of theatre video design. During this time he designed the video for countless productions, most notably the multi award-winning Matilda The Musical. After six successful years at the Royal Shakespeare Company, Tim decided to found his own business, Eight Engines.

Under the banner of Eight Engines, Tim has video designed various high profile productions including Warhorse in Concert and Bryn Terfel at 50 - both at The Royal Albert Hall - Tosca at the Welsh Millennium Centre, Falstaff at Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and Ross at the Chichester Festival Theatre.

Alongside his theatre work, Tim is an accomplished filmmaker having shot and produced several award-winning dramas for the BBC including Black Roses: The Killing of Sophie Lancaster and Men Who Sleep in Cars, as well as the BAFTA nominated Documentary Children of the Holocaust.


Longborough debut:Das Rheingold (2019)