Tim brings extensive experience delivering landscape projects of high-design quality in complex urban conditions. Tim’s resume of urban design and built landscape work is characterized by thoughtful design strategies that are highly conceptual, yet clear and flexible enough to endure a project’s changing demands. These design strategies emanate from a careful understanding of the local cultural, ecological and programmatic context. The resulting spaces are functional, delightful and firmly rooted in a sense of place. Working in a wide range of scales and budgets, Tim has been project manager and designer on high-profile landscapes, including work at previous firms such as the Broad Museum Plaza and Streetscape in Los Angeles, the Seaside Way Pedestrian Bridge in Long Beach, the new gardens of the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum in New York City as well as connectivity and urban design strategies for Los Angeles Metro’s Crenshaw-to-LAX light rail line.