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Puppetry NOW Special Exhibition featuring Raymond Carr

By Raymond Carr

Experience puppetry, props, and behind-the-scenes photos from the work of Raymond Carr’s production company, Ninja Puppet Productions, as well as iconic, international puppets that Raymond has worked with over his impressive 20-year career.

Featured pieces include The AFLAC Duck, The Hotdogs from Jim Henson’s improv puppetry show Puppet Up, a puppet version of Mike Rowe from Discovery Channel‘s Six Degrees with Mike Row, puppet recreations of the Adult Swim animated show Smiling Friends, and other projects from Nick JrThe Jim Henson CompanyAdult SwimHuluHBO MAX, Walking with Dinosaurs the Arena Spectacular, Disney Plus, and more.

Entrance to this Special Exhibition is included with admission to the Worlds of Puppetry Museum January 24-April 27, 2025

Meet the Artist

Raymond Carr

Raymond Carr boasts a multifaceted career spanning over 15 years, encompassing roles as a filmmaker, theatrical director, designer, and Puppeteer. His acclaimed films have garnered recognition at prestigious film festivals worldwide, including those qualifying for Oscars. Specializing in the realms of sci-fi, dark fantasy, and horror, his highly stylized works captivate audiences with their distinctive aesthetic. Carr’s creative expertise extends beyond filmmaking; he has lent his design and puppeteering talents to The Jim Henson Company, Nick Jr., Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, IFC, and BBC. His production portfolio also extends to Discovery Channel, Vice TV, Facebook TV, and various commercial and theatrical studios. Blending his background in design, puppetry, and animatronic effects with his directorial prowess, Carr crafts immersive worlds characterized by dynamism and richness.

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