I have enjoyed Design and creating since I was young, Although I didn't realize it until later. From Legos, drawings, and building models (usually with my own twist) as a child, to customizing my bikes, cars, motorcycles, and trucks as a teen and into early adult hood, I was always creative & changing things from how they were to how I wanted them. I started training to be at technician at first on cars and then on boats not because I wanted to fix what was broken, but because I wanted to reshape what I had into my own.
Tim is a family man, writer, designer, and enthusiast of all things he finds cool. In his free time he is most likely doing something involving his family or church. If he is not doing one of those things he could be tinkering in his garage, office, or enjoying one of the many things he writes and posts about. After spending 13 years gaining technical educations, and hands on experience in management, team building, and customer service for the freight, manufacturing, and dealership industries, Tim returned to an unrealized passion. Design. He is passionate about all things related to design across the many different branches of the design tree. He loves to continuously learn and help people. When he delivers a customer what they have been anticipating, that is his reward.
Tim has formal education in automotive technology From Sincair Community College, certifications from The Marine Mechanics Institute in boat engine and systems repair and Maintenance, an A.S. Degree in Design and Drafting with an emphasis on Graphic and Industrial design along with training in Interior design From Daytona State College. He is currently working toward an Interactive Media Production Degree to reinforce his design skills and add Photography, Videography and Journalistic writing to his set. His goal is to always work toward self-improvement and skill development.
Tim has worked has a Team Leader for an airline freight company, Assembly Line Support for a major automotive manufacturer supplier. From there, He started developing management and customer service skills in the Boat Dealership arena. After serving an a technician and warranty advisor, he moved into sales. He loved helping people fit the right boat to their needs. Looking back, he also loved developing the signage, brochures and fliers for the sales department as well. From Sales Tim migrated into management After spending a short time as an assistant service manager, Tim moved to be the Service advisor and eventually the Service manager for the oldest and one of the most prominent family owed dealerships in the country. In this position, Tim Developed his leadership and customer service style.
Five years ago, He felt the need to focus on what he had finally realized his past steps were getting him ready for. This is when he started working toward his design degree. From there, Tim has worked as a CAD designer for a successful Technology Specifying Engineering Firm, A Graphic Designer for a national Direct Mail Management broker, and as a Graphic Designer for a Successful Sign Company with customers nation wide as well as international.