Tim is passionate about empowering communities through design. Through this empowerment Tim looks to deconstruct past and current design and processes that contribute to the marginalization of communities of color. For the past ten years Tim has worked with Indigenous communities and communities of color, helping them reclaim their communities through the process of design.
Tim received a Master’s in Landscape Architecture and a Master’s in Urban Design and Planning in 2016 and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Geography, all from the University of Washington. He currently is a Lecturer, reviewer, researcher and mentor for the University of Landscape Architecture Program.
Tim loves to travel. While at home in Seattle he likes to be with friends and family in any setting. You can find him out in a park or at a local brewery.