Tim is a highly experienced lighting designer and creative working across the broadcast, concert touring and event genres. In 2020, 2019 and 2015 he was awarded Lighting Designer of the Year at the industries production awards to add to growing string of awards for his design work.
Tim trained at the Royal Welsh College Of Music & Drama and since graduating in 1996 has gone on to work on projects all over the globe and in 2013 was invited back to become a Honorary Fellow & International Chair of the college to inspire current and future students.
In the music industry her creates as LD for tours and shows for The Spice Girls, Stormzy, Beyonce, Sam Smith, Florence & The Machine, Take That, Royal Blood, Rita Ora, Dave, Gary Barlow, Jeff Lynne's ELO, Steps, Busted, The War of the Worlds Live, McFly, A R Rahman, Katherine Jenkins. One off shows include for the Stereophonics, McFly and a huge one off show at Horseguards Parade for MUSE.
In 2019 Tim designed Stormzy's now iconic headline show at Glastonbury which has been hailed as a watershed moment culturally for the urban music scene
As TV lighting director Tim recently designed I Can See Your Voice (BBC1), The Greatest Dancer 2020 & 2019 series (BBC1), X Factor 2016, 2017 & 2018 Live series and Wembley Arena Finals, Alan Carr's EPIC Gameshow (ITV1), Musicals: The Greatest Show (BBC1), The Brit Awards Launch 2020 and 2018(ITV), Take Thats Wonderland (ITV), Ball & Boe TV specials in 2019, 2017 & 2016 (ITV1), Gospel Christmas (BBC2), Gary Barlow's Big Ben Bash (BBC1), BBC6 Music Festival, Gary Barlow and Friends (ITV1), Stereophonics Live From BBC Radio Theatre, Don Black BBC4 Special, Radio 1 Big Weekend 2013 (BBC3, Red Button, Online) Radio 1 Teen Awards 2012 and 2013 (BBC3), BBC Proms in the Park, Concert for Heroes from Twickenham Stadium live on BBC1. In 2010 he also designed set and lighting for television for the Hope for Haiti Now telethon offering from London Shown live on every major US network andlooked after U2, Beyonce, Coldplay, Jay-Z and Rhianna.
Rewind and in 2008 Tim was lighting programmer for the London 2012 Handover Ceremony at the Beijing Olympics being hidden inside a red London bus with David Beckham, Leona Lewis and Jimmy Paige and 2 years later went on to Lead Lighting Programmer for the Opening & Closing Ceremonies of the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics alongside Patrick Woodroffe.
As a designer, he has created the last 2 Ryder Cup Opening Concerts in Europe and the 2014 Commonwealth Games. He was also Associate Lighting Designer for the Queens Diamond Jubilee Concert at Buckingham Palace in 2012.