b. 1986, HK.


CLIENTS & Collaborators :

Annie Leibovitz Studio

Stern Magazine

Vanity Fair Magazine

Vogue Magazine

Absolut Vodka

American Express

Corcoran Gallery of Art

Edwin Houk Gallery

Friends of Photography (San Francisco)



Hatch Show Print

Miami Art Museum

Phoenix Art Museum

Pirelli Tire Company

Random House

Seattle Art Museum

The Make-A-Wish Foundation

The Milk Mustache Ad Campaign

The Nature Conservancy

Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) 

Carston Höller

Huang Yong Ping

Kamrooz Aram

Spencer Finch

Walker Art Center

The Wolfsonian-Florida International University

Crispin Porter + Bogusky

Debbie Millman

Elliott Earls

Experimental Jetset

Francesco Vezzoli

Isabella Rossellini

James Victore

Lawrence Weiner

Lowe Art Museum

Martin Parr (Photographer)

Miami Children’s Museum

Number 17

Richard Tuttle

Stefan Sagmeister

The Canadian Centre for Architecture

Todd Oldham

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

Wim Crouwel

Tim Hossler Design

Big Magazine

Cranbrook Art Museum

Daniel W. Coburn (Photographer)

Danziger Gallery

David Almeida (Photographer)

Equity International

Habitat for Humanity

Kansas State University

Kehrer Verlag

Lloyd (+co)

Material ConneXion

Matthew Holtkamp (Photographer)

Max Mikulecky (Photographer)

Mute Records

New York Youth Symphony

Pecha Kucha Miami

Richard Avedon Studio

Richard Hansen (Landscape Architect)

Rizolli Publications

Roma Pas

Ruth Ansel Design

Sire Records


Somerset House Museum

Spencer Museum of Art

Steve Heitt (Fashion Photographer)

Thames & Hudson

The Detroit Institute of Arts

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

Tim Walker (Fashion Photographer)

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

University of Kansas

Wayne State University


As the former in-house art director for photographer Annie Leibovitz, Tim helped Ms. Leibovitz create her most memorable images, books and exhibitions of the late 90’s through the early 2000’s. Tim holds a degree in Architecture from Kansas State University, 1993, and a MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art, 2005. He has held the positions of Director of Design at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) and Art Director of The Wolfsonian-Florida International University in Miami Beach. He currently teaches design history, photo culture and visual communications at the University of Kansas. His academic research focuses on working with photographers, artists and cultural institutions to produce experimental forms of visual narratives. He is currently focused on the research and development of Looking for Havana. The first book in an ongoing series which will serve as a time capsule to a changing city. The guides will explore how visual culture defines our ideas of place.

CV available upon request.