Tim embraces the inherent complexity of design problems to unearth the potential of each detail, building, and place.

With over 15 years of experience as an architect, Tim has completed several major university projects at KieranTimberlake. Most recently, he has served as the Associate in Charge for the pre-design of an esteemed university art gallery and administration building, as well as for a renovation and addition to Pendleton Hall, an arts and music facility at Wellesley College. Previously, Tim served as the Project Architect for Harvard University's Stone Hall, a project that set a sustainable paradigm for the Harvard River House Renewal initiative and informed later work at the university's McKinlock Hall and Dunster House. 
Tim's expertise lies in his technical coordination and ability to synthesize multiple disciplines and perspectives. The act of making, including building his own design work, has been an essential part of his career, and he has brought this skillset to each of his projects. In addition to his practice, Tim has taught architecture studio and building technology courses at Temple University and has served on juries at the University of Pennsylvania and Temple, Drexel, and Philadelphia Universities.