Tim is a professional photographer who has a passion for antique boats and the Muskoka wilderness. Tim is well-known for the stunning images that appear on boat show posters and in major publications. In 1997, Tim co-authored a book titled "Wood and Glory", a celebration of the legacy of Muskoka wooden boats.

Tim began his professional career working for the Muskoka Sun in 1977. His work appeared on countless full page front covers.

After graduating from U. of T. in Anthropology, Tim completed an M.A. in Anthropology from Trent University. As part of his studies, he completed a thesis titled, Photographs as Ethnohistoric Documents: photographs documenting Native Ontario Birch Bark Canoes. During his field research, he met Stanley Sarazin, an Algonquin of Golden Lake. Tim commissioned Stanley to build a birch bark canoe in the same manner as his forebears.

Tim completed a B. Ed. and has taught in Toronto Elementary schools for 16 years, all the while, maintaining his passion for photography and boats.

Tim is thrilled to finally have the proper setting to show off his work in his new studio/gallery at 1762 Brackenrig Road, near Windermere.