Web / Graphic Designer, Father, Gamer and Golfer
“Design solutions for your business”
Tim has been working as a professional web and graphic designer since 2005. He served in the United States Navy for five years as a Hospital Corpsman detached to the Marine Corps out of Camp Pendleton, CA. His military service instilled in him the sense of professionalism that he now carries over to his design business.
Since his military service Tim has been working in the graphic and web community. Most notably he was the sole design provider for writer Lisa Mason. You will also find his work in the gaming community as the project design manager for SWToR Strategies which is one of the top fan sites for the popular video game Star Wars: The Old Republic.
When not working on projects you will find Tim either on the golf course or playing some of this favorite video games such as Zelda, SWToR, Civilization, Neverwinter Nights, Madden or Smackdown vs Raw. Tim’s love of video games and golf drive his passion to be creative in his work. His belief is that Gods beauty can be seen on the course and the beauty of technology can be seen in the images of video games.
Professional Designer Ready to Help
Tim’s medical background has helped him to understand the needs that people have. His love to help people has never changed just the job that he does. As a Corpsman, Tim sometimes met people on the worst day of their life. He understands how to help people no matter where they’re at in their life or business. Being a freelancer allows him the chance to work one on one with people and help them move towards their goals no matter what stage they’re at.
As a follower of Christ Tim has a deep rooted sense of honor, integrity and compassion. These values are things he reflects in his business practices. He does not work only with Christians but with people of all backgrounds. Christ did not come to save a few, but all. Tim does not discriminate against non-believers but as a follower of Christ won’t take certain projects that conflict with his moral beliefs.