Tim is a creative leader with a strong track record in digital innovation with more than twenty years’ experience in multi-platform production within digital media, television, theatre, event cinema, radio and live event environments.
Tim is currently Director of Content at Green Rock, with board level responsibility for ideas generation, creative development and Executive Production. Prior to joining Green Rock, Tim was the Director of Digital Arts and Media at Nesta, overseeing a significant portfolio of work encouraging innovation and collaboration between the arts, technology and media sectors.
Tim was editorial lead for all History and Science content online at the BBC including the World War One Centenary season. Tim was the first Head of Digital Media and Publishing at the British Museum, conceiving and delivering ‘Pompeii Live’ – an international cinema event with gross sales of over £1m.
Previous roles include project leadership of the BBC’s award winning Digital Olympics programme, delivering 2,500 hours of Olympic Games content over digital platforms. Tim was also responsible for launching the first web sites for key broadcast brands including BBC Radio 2 & BBC 6Music and newspapers including The Times, Sun and Sunday Times.
Tim is a Non-Exec Director of The Space (a partnership between the BBC and Arts Council England – commissioning and showcasing great art digitally) and advisor to the BBC on its digital arts strategy. Tim holds an MBA awarded with Merit and is an accomplished and in-demand international conference speaker on the future of content in a digital-first world.