Tim joined Flightpath Architects in 2009, following graduation from the University of South Australia with a Master of Architecture, and has had a range of experience in Residential, Multiple Housing, Heritage and Public Realm projects across all project phases.
He thrives on engaging with the whole project team, either as lead consultant or as part of a multi-disciplinary project team, to deliver high quality projects on time and on budget.
Tim’s optimistic, can do approach makes him a very sought after team member.
Tim has considerable experience working with major clients such as Boards and Trusts, Local Government and State Government, on repeat commissions where he has the ability to adapt to specific client requirements, learn from project experience and integrate knowledge into future projects. Recently Tim has completed a fifth Multiple Residential project with the James Brown Memorial Trust, which received an award from the Royal Institute of Architects at the 2017 SA Awards night.
Tim participates in the Australian Institute of Architects Student Mentor Scheme, which allows for mentors and students to meet on a regular basis and discuss design, documentation, management and issues relating to the practice of architecture and to explore the transition between university and the working environment.
Tim loves socialising and is always up with the latest architectural and design innovations.
When not working , Tim can be found beach walking with Bob and Ted, his dachshunds, playing cricket and footy, or being his wonderful social self.