A native of Colorado, Tim has also lived in the San Francisco Bay area and New York City. Due to erratic family circumstances, Tim was frequently on the move, compelling him to adapt to new situations and social groups. He developed a thrill-seeking attitude, openly embracing precarious experiences, and forging substantial friendships along the way. This sensibility stuck with him throughout college, leading him to get his B.A. in English Literature from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Tim quickly felt a need for teaching underserved adolescents of disparate backgrounds, eventually earning an M.A. in Educational Psychology from the University of Colorado, Denver. Tim started conjuring works of art as reflections of his unpredictable life episodes. Armed with learned carpentry skills, and pockets full of imagination, he proceeded to exhume relic-like things; each piece with it's own narrative. Themes in his approach are the synthesis of binary concepts of irreverence and reverence, light and dark, above and below. Tim pushes into the void of (not)knowing and returns with attempted reflections of what he saw or hardly saw. His aim is to challenge viewers to confront their own beliefs and promote their understanding of how it is possible for art to transcend language and reason. Adrenaline is his main fuel.