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'''Timothy Martin Earls''' {{born|14|August|1962}}, also known as '''Timothy M.M. Earls''', is an artist and illustrator who worked as a set designer on {{s|VOY}}. In addition, he illustrated the ''[[Starfleet Technical Database]]'' articles, the ''[[Star Trek: The Starfleet Survival Guide]]'' , and assisted in the illustrations for ''[[Star Trek: Star Charts]]'' and ''[[New Worlds, New Civilizations]]''.
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'''Timothy Martin Earls''' {{born|14|August|1962}} is an artist and illustrator who worked as a set designer on ''[[Star Trek: Voyager]]''. In addition, he illustrated the ''[[Starfleet Technical Database]]'' articles, the ''[[Star Trek: The Starfleet Survival Guide]]'' , and assisted in the illustrations for ''[[Star Trek: Star Charts]]'' and ''[[New Worlds, New Civilizations]]''.
   
Born at Barksdale AFB in Louisiana, Earls originally trained as an architect, earning a bachelor's degree in Fine Arts. After sixteen years as an architectural designer, Earls moved to California to work as art director on a friend's computer games company. Unfortunately, the company failed not long after Earls arrived, leaving him searching for a position without a large number of contacts. Earls eventually ended up at Babylonian Productions, where he worked as a set and concept designer, and visual effects art director on ''Babylon 5'' (starring [[Mary Kay Adams]], [[Andreas Katsulas]], [[Bill Mumy]], [[Tracy Scoggins]], [[Patricia Tallman]], and [[Walter Koenig]]) and its sequel series, ''Crusade''. From there, Earls was brought on board ''Star Trek: Voyager'' by [[Richard James]] and [[Louise Dorton]].
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Born at Barksdale AFB in Louisiana, Earls originally trained as an architect, earning a bachelor's degree in Fine Arts. After sixteen years as an architectural designer, Earls moved to California to work as art director on a friend's computer games company. Unfortunately, the company failed not long after Earls arrived, leaving him searching for a position without a large number of contacts. Earls eventually ended up at Babylonian Productions, where he worked as a set and concept designer, and visual effects art director on ''Babylon 5'' (starring [[Mary Kay Adams]], [[Andreas Katsulas]], [[Bill Mumy]], [[Tracy Scoggins]], [[Patricia Tallman]] and [[Walter Koenig]]) and its sequel series, ''Crusade''. From there, Earls was brought on board ''Star Trek: Voyager'' by [[Richard James]] and [[Louise Dorton]].
   
 
In addition to his work on ''Voyager'' and ''Babylon 5'', Earls was also set designer for such TV shows as ''V.I.P.'', ''Judging Amy'' and ''Resurrection Blvd.'' and was a visual consultant on [[Brannon Braga]]'s shot-lived [[CBS Television Studios|CBS]] series ''Threshold'', starring [[Brent Spiner]].
 
In addition to his work on ''Voyager'' and ''Babylon 5'', Earls was also set designer for such TV shows as ''V.I.P.'', ''Judging Amy'' and ''Resurrection Blvd.'' and was a visual consultant on [[Brannon Braga]]'s shot-lived [[CBS Television Studios|CBS]] series ''Threshold'', starring [[Brent Spiner]].
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