Tim was one of the first 40 Droga5 NYC employees and has now been with the agency for more than a decade. Starting as a writer back in 2008, Tim helped grow the agency during its formative years; his work for PUMA After Hours Athlete and Vesta garnered a Grand Prix at Cannes and One Show’s inaugural Green Pencil respectively. Shortly thereafter Campaign Magazine/Yahoo named Tim Creative of the Year.
Since then, Tim has worked on most everything that has come through Droga5’s door: Coke Zero, American Express Travel, Clearasil, AirWick, Motorola, Harry’s Under Armour, Chase, and The New York Times. Over the years, Tim’s work has been recognized by every major industry organization; notably Under Armour’s Michael Phelps film earned a second Grand Prix at Cannes and was named Ad of the year by Adweek.
Now Co-Chief Creative Officer, Tim is not only charged with producing award winning work but also creating influence and effectiveness for iconic brands. Tim was the driving force behind The New York Times’ buzzworthy campaign, “The Truth is Hard.,” which placed the Times at the center of the conversation about the importance of a free press with a goal to reaffirm its role in today’s political climate. His efforts led to several Gold Lions at Cannes and a Webby, as well as The New York Times recording its best subscriber growth to date during Q1 this year – topping more than 4 million subscriptions. These achievements earned Tim a nomination for AdAge's Creative Director of the year.
When not at work, Tim enjoys running marathons and spending time with his wife, daughter and two dogs.