Tim started photography at age 12 in a garden in California with his aunt's camera, riding around on an old bike, snapping photos of flowers. Around the same time, Tim was first certified as a diver. Over the years, ocean conservation, science, and underwater photography have become his focus.
Tim is a senior at Northeastern University studying Marine Biology with a minor in photography.
Tim currently works in Northeastern's College of Science writing and photographing stories about students, faculty, and research in the university.
In 2017, Tim worked at Environmental Defense Fund as an Ocean Communications intern based in San Francisco.
In 2017, Tim was chosen as a Grand Prize winner as part of Volcom's #Thisfirst contest.
Tim's work has been published in the following places.
Alert Diver Magazine, A Cleaner, Brighter Future: Untangling Maui’s Reefs, Third Quarter, 2018 Online and in Print, page 108-109.
Northeastern University College of Science News
Ocean Conservancy 2018 Calendar, Cover
Northeastern Magazine - in print and online. 2017
SEVENSEAS Marine Conservation and Travel, Issue 11, April 2016