Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, Penn State University
Master in City Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Tim is a transdisciplinary professional working to create flourishing relationships among people and their environment to advance dignity for all. He currently a doctoral candidate at Yale’s School of Forestry & Environmental Studies where his work broadly aims to bridge science, design, and society, as well as scholarly and practice communities. His research focuses on transformation in social-ecological systems. In practice, he’s working with New England communities as they grapple with transformation in the form of coastal adaptation, and with students through transformative learning. Tim has practiced as a city planner, landscape and urban designer both internationally and domestically. He is a musician, and has worked as a farmer, designer-builder, graphic artist, entrepreneur, educator, and general problem-solver.