Tim is an artist and educator based in Plymouth. Tim's practice has included working as one-half of the audio/visual/performative duo ‘Got any rice’. His audio/visual and performative works have been exhibited at Plymouth Arts Centre, University of Plymouth, The Gallery (Plymouth), ‘PL:ay’ festival (Plymouth), Permanent Gallery (Brighton). Tim's current artistic practice centres around the history of British television production, from 1950s to the present day.
Tim is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Authority, and is a committed and passionate arts educator who is always experimenting and testing educational practice to enhance teaching, learning and assessment at Arts University Plymouth. Tim has led university-wide innovations in relation to the use of online and social networking platforms within course delivery and has led on the University's innovative Distance Learning programme.
Pinkforyouractualpterodactyl.com - an affectionate tribute to vintage television production, and the inner geek
‘The Wire’ Research project promoting ‘Cafe Concrete’ collective in ‘The Wire’ magazine. Full page inside cover promotion and CD issued to 9000 subscribers. Project completed with publication in March 2010 (issue 313), and review of DVD in May 2010 (issue 315).
Testing Grounds Research project, audio visual and performative work as part of ‘Got any rice’. Testing Grounds (funded by Arts Council, South East) 30th January 2010, Permanent Gallery, Brighton.
VoxBox, Crossing Point, Roland Levinsky Building, University of Plymouth, 19-21 May 2009.
CCPCP55 (Cafe Concrete Plymouth City Project 55) Plymouth Art Centre, December 2008.