Originally trained as an architect, Tim's long and circuitous road finally brings him to the role of sound designer. Working largely with concepts relating space, timbre and timing, his sonic vocabulary includes all things which could conceivably make sound.

Tim's debut with 29th Street Rep was with 2001's production of THE LAST BARBECUE. He then designed sound for 29th St Rep's productions of FOOL FOR LOVE, HIGH PRIEST OF CALIFORNIA, BOLD GIRLS and most recently HIDING BEHIND COMETS. Timothy has worked with the Abingdon Theatre Co., Medicine Show Theatre Ensemble, Cherry Lane Alternative as well as company Sound Designer for the Hypothetical Theatre Co. where he has designed lots of plays including two by Michael Weller. In 1999, he debuted Off Broadway designing sound for Mefisto Theatre Company's production of EAT THE RUNT. Currently he mixes and designs sound for independent films and dance projects. He also creates audio environments and sound design for museum exhibits, television commercials and video productions. Recently completed projects include sound design for "Good Grief!" an exhibit about Charles Schultz at the Children's Museum of Manhattan, sound design for a documentary film "Birdman of JFK" and TV spots for Dell computers, Dentine Ice, Bacardi Rum, a short lived spot for Coca-Cola and most recently Unisom Sleep Gels. But the most fun is when he works in theatre. He usually thanks the software developers & designers of ProTools and Logic Audio as well as Mark at TMF Studios.

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