Film and television
Productions highlighted in yellow were also produced by the Jim Henson Company in addition to the Creature Shop supplying effects.
At this time the Jim Henson Company also operated the Muppet Workshop to create traditional soft-puppets, known as Muppets. After 2004, and the sale of the Muppets to Disney, the Creature Shop and Muppet Workshop merged; the Creature Shop has retroactively added the pre-2004 credits of the Muppet Workshop to their resume - they are not included here.
After selling the Muppets to the Walt Disney Company, the Jim Henson Company ceased creating new Muppets characters and merged the operations of building soft puppets (previously done by their Muppet Workshop) into the duties of their Creature Shop; several already established Muppet brands (such as the Muppets of Sesame Street and various Henson Company properties) continue to be maintained by the Creature Shop, while the Muppets owned by Disney are now maintained by Puppet Heap.
Theater and live events
|2000||Pan||Creature and Set Designs|
|2002||The Country Bears Live||Creature effects|
|2002||Dance of the Vampires||Animatronic bat|
|2003||Little Shop of Horrors||Audrey II puppet|
|2005||Scissor Sisters' Brit Awards performance||Puppets|
|2006||Puppet Up! - Uncensored ("Jim Henson's Puppet Improv")||Puppets|
|2008||Kanye West's Glow in the Dark Tour||Creature effects|
|2008||Jim Henson's Emmet Otter||Puppets|
|2010||Lady Gaga's The Monster Ball Tour||Creature effects|
|2010||Stuffed and Unstrung||Puppets and performance animation|
|2011||Cee Lo Green's Grammy Awards performance||Puppets|
|2015||Nintendo E3 Presentation||Puppets and direction|
Productions for which the Creature Shop made concept art or prototypes, but didn't end up in the final film.
- The Natural History Project (1986)
- Doctor Who: The Dark Dimension (1993)
- Into the Woods (1993)
- The Seven Deadly Sins (1993)
- Dragonheart (1996)
- The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (1996)
- Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003)