Tim was born in Matthew Brady Hospital in Albany New York in 1950. Like many photographers, he had an intense interest in music. Studying classical piano throughout his high school years, it seemed a natural choice to declare a music major upon entering college. But he had also been experiencing a fascination with photography. He acquired a Voigtlander Vitessa, a wonderfully idiosyncratic folding 35mm camera with a film advance plunger that stood about 3 inches high and looked like a weird antenna. Before the end of his first year in school, he switched majors to Art with a studio emphasis in Photography. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Art in 1976.
Tim’s images have been shown in numerous galleries, both nationally and internationally. He has published images in calendars and magazines and his work resides in many private collections, including the David and Lucile Packard Foundation.