From a young age, Tim knew he was interested in building things. “Back in the day, I would play with Legos all the time,” he said. A passion for creation drove Tim to pursue a career in architecture and design.
During his time in college, Tim accumulated a variety of career experiences. He maintained a busy schedule, studying for his Associates Degree at Anne Arundel Community College and working as a designer for Culinary Conceptions, a foodservice design firm in Owings Mills, MD. Even with a rigorous schedule, Tim found time to balance his academic pursuits with his passion for baseball, playing center field for the AACC Riverhawks.
Tim later moved on to The Catholic University of America to complete his Bachelors Degree. There, he came to admire the works of Danish architect Bjarke Ingels.
“I studied abroad in Denmark for a semester and I got the chance to see his buildings up close,” Tim says. “It was a really cool experience!”
At Catholic University, Tim earned a number of honors including memberships in the Student Achievement and Success Program, the Engineering Scholarship Program and the National Society of Black Engineers. He was also named as a finalist in the Patrick Cardinal O’Boyle Foreign Studies Architectural Design Competition.
Here at MMD, Tim helps out with a number of projects including the upcoming Entertainment & Sports Arena in Southeast DC. We know his strong work ethic, stellar time management skills and extensive design knowledge will be a great asset to our team. Plus, he knows how to step up to the plate if any curveballs come our way.
“The fact that we are working on such a broad scope of different projects here is really exciting to me,” Tim told us.