Bachelor of Creative Arts, University of Woollongong
Tim has a great passion for the visual world starting his professional career as a visual artist and woodworker/craftsman, then moving into theatre as both a graphic and set designer. He has also worked as a furniture designer creating bespoke furniture for a variety of architects and clientele.
Tim has worked in the museum and galleries industry since 1996. He originally joined Thylacine in 2001 as a designer and project manager where he would see projects through from concept to implementation. He has extensive knowledge and understanding of the broad and specific requirements for museum projects, ranging from design specifications to meeting the practical requirements of conservation, engineering and fabrication.
After 10 years with Thylacine he then decided to spread his wings and gain other perspectives, working firstly at the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra and then in Saudi Arabia on the World Heritage listed Atturaif Living Museum.
In 2017 he returned to Thylacine in a new role as Assistant Director. Here he can continue to apply his energy and passion to help projects come to life with a dynamic outcome that excites the visitor and satisfies client needs.