Tim studied architecture at the University of Nottingham. He completed his diploma with merit in 2008, during which time he also tutored BArch students. He completed his Part 3, also at Nottingham, in 2011.
From 2008 Tim worked for a small architectural practice on a wide range of projects, including residential refurbishment and extension, an Arne Jacobsen exhibition at St Catherine’s College Oxford, and a sculpture that doubles as a bat habitat. Tim joined Walters & Cohen in 2013 and was made an Associate in 2015. He was project architect for the new arts building at the American School in London and is currently working on King's International College.