Tim's wide experience as a creative across the communications industry, coupled with a pragmatic approach to any challenge, provides the potential for expansion of diverse ideas from across the board. As "the beauty is in the detail’ he likes to ensure that every aspect of a project is given full creative and practical attention - from concept development to art direction of the final piece.
Director of photography for film and photo shoots. Working with casting, cameraman, multimedia and sound engineers, illustrators, actors/models and props/stylists.
Directing: Graphic Design, Set and Staging, Stands and Environments. In charge of the overall appearance and how it communicates visually.
Around the World- 30 Days of Film Shoot
Working with camera crews and photographers, Tim accomplished a series of shoots that required a trip around the world visiting scenic landscapes and different cultures.
Tim develops and visualises ideas through sketches and storyboards to help communicate to the client.
Tim can illustrate in a graphic way for icons, logos and statement pieces. He has developed a cartoon style along with a wit gathered over the years from the Beezer, to Giles, to Scott Adams of Dilbert fame.
I work from my studio in South Buckinghamshire, 40 minutes by train to Soho, London. I am experienced as founder of the multi award winning production house Module Design and as Creative Director for several London agencies including HP:ICM (Saatchi Group) and Jack Morton Group.
I have designed and managed projects from aviation to zip-up clothing, working for clients such as The Millennium Dome in London, The Falcon Centre in Dubai, The Grand Lisboa Casino in Macau, Nokia HQ in Finland, General Motors (Opel) in Germany, The Olympic Park 2012 corporate pavilion.
The London Boat Show Live entertainment for the Main Stage, a Widescreen video for the Live stage of The Tour of Oman, and a world tour filming for the Zayed Future Energy Prize 2013 and 2014.
Below the Line Advertising for Forum Animal Health 2014 and 2015.
No Job Too Small!