Tim's most recent work includes Fully Committed for the Menier Chocolate Factory, and Richard Bean's new play Pitcairn, a co-production for Chichester Festival Theatre, Out of Joint, and Shakespeare's Globe.

His other recent credits include Stella Feehily’s new play This May Hurt a Bit, with Stephanie Cole, directed by Max Stafford Clark for Out of Joint at the St.James’s Theatre and on tour; the UK premier of David Mamet’s Race with Clarke Peters and Old Money with Maureen Lipman, both directed by Terry Johnson at Hampstead Theatre; These Shining Lives the inaugural production at the new Park Theatre in London; the 25th anniversary revival of Timberlake Wertenbaker’s Our Country’s Good directed by Max Stafford-Clark for Out of Joint at the St James Theatre, on tour and playing at the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis in 2014; Educating Rita directed by Tamara Harvey at the Menier Chocolate Factory and Edinburgh Festival and Top Girls (Out of Joint) for Max Stafford-Clark at Chichester Festival Theatre and the Trafalgar Studios.

His other recent work includes set design for Terry Johnson’s production of La Cage Aux Folles in the West End and on Broadway (where Tim received a 2010 Tony nomination for Best Design of a Musical) followed by a major tour of the US; Richard Bean's play The Big Fellah at the Lyric Hammersmith and in Dublin for Max Stafford-Clark and Out of Joint and set-design for the musical Sweet Charity at the Menier Chocolate Factory and Theatre Royal Haymarket.

Tim also designed The Philanthropist with Matthew Broderick directed by David Grindley on Broadway; Trevor Griffiths’ epic A New World – A Life of Thomas Paine for Dominic Dromgoole at Shakespeare’s Globe; the national tour of the First World War play For King And Country and for Terry Johnson, the farce Rookery Nook at the Menier Chocolate Factory.

Tim has an extensive list of credits in London and the West End which include The Overwhelming for Max Stafford-Clark and Out of Joint at the National Theatre and the Laura Pels Theatre New York; The Philanthropist with Simon Russell Beale at the Donmar Warehouse; King of Hearts (Out of Joint) at Hampstead Theatre; Awake and Sing with Stockard Channing directed by Michael Attenborough at the Almeida Theatre; See How They Run directed by Douglas Hodge at the Duchess Theatre; Whipping It Up with Richard Wilson at the Ambassadors Theatre and Elton John’s Glasses at the Queens Theatre. Other London work includes Telstar, Body and Soul, Murder By Misadventure, The Cooks Tour, costumes for The Big Knife (all in the West End); Excuses for David Grindley, Haunted, The Amen Corner, 900 Oneonta (Old Vic Theatre), What You Get And What You Expect, Eugene Onegin (Lyric Hammersmith) and Disappeared (Royal Court).

Tim has designed for most of the major regional theatres in the UK and highlights include - for Rupert Goold Privates On Parade, The Colonel Bird and Broken Glass; Single Spies and Having A Ball for David Grindley, and Roots (Barclays TMA Award nomination for Best Design).

Designs for dance include Private City/Track and Field (Sadler’s Wells Royal Ballet); Sonata In Time (Scottish Ballet); Rhyme Nor Reason and Party Game (Norwegian National Ballet) and The Nightingale (Dutch National Ballet).

Television work includes 20th Century Blue, a tribute to Noel Coward with Robbie Williams and Elton John (BBC) and The Nightingale (NOS Dutch TV) which was the Netherlands’ entry in the Prix Italia and won the RAI Prize for Best Design.