I enjoy documenting and shaping spaces, challenging the norm by abstracting the world around me. This philosophy informs my approach to design and architecture enabling me to satisfy function and then look beyond to other valuable outcomes such as form, character and experience.
Over the past few years I have been exploring my interest in memory and space through a variety of media. The majority of my work is realised as drawn or painted extracts of the urban environment. Most recently I have been looking at how this line of study can be transformed into temporary sculptural interventions within the urban fabric.
I enjoy working with the community and its stakeholders to stimulate creative debate. Delivering workshops to young people in collaboration with local charities and creative bodies I always find myself inspired by their talents.
Tim has a determination to reach positive outcomes, and a capacity to think creatively in challenging situations, which ensures that he makes the best use of the time, funds and resources available to him. I would have no problem in recommending him as a creative practitioner of great integrity, resourcefulness and vision.