Bonnie Timmons created the animations for Caroline in the City, NBC's long-running successful show. The graphics for Timmons and the show received an Emmy. In addition to big ad campaigns and a range of publications, including titles from the American Girl library, her work has featured in The New York Times, Time magazine, and other national magazines and newspapers. She lives with her husband, horses, dogs, cats, fish, chickens, and chicken-fed foxes on a tiny horse farm in Pennsylvania. She has a lot of freckles and a lot of skin. Bonnie's website is BonnieTimmons.com.
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