I work with great clients like Nike, Paste and TOWN magazines, Egmont, Faber & Faber, and Nickelodeon. My work is proudly represented by Shannon Associates, NYC.
My work has been recognized by Society of Illustrators Los Angeles, Spectrum 21, 3×3 Magazine, Creative Quarterly, PLAY! Illustration and Showcase 100 to name a few. I have illustrated dozens of children’s books, and most recently reimagined the Wizard of Oz story for a new generation of young readers. In 2014, my work was chosen as the official poster for the Piccolo Spoleto Festival here in Charleston, one of the largest, comprehensive arts festivals in the US. And in 2017, I illustrated and designed the poster for YALLFest, the world’s largest YA literary festival.
I live and work in my studio in Charleston, SC, USA. Along with my beautiful wife, three wonderful daughters, and one crazy pug, we enjoy playing in our backyard, and watching alligators swim by our house.
AIGA SC Judge's Award
Monsters In Charleston book awarded best in show
Spark! Award 2016 Winner
Awarded for best illustration, Paste Magazine’s The Failure Issue Cover
Selected for annual book and show, “Eukaria“
200 Best Illustrators Worldwide
Work selected to appear in this volume by Luezer’s Archive
Showcase 100 London
Selected for show, “Eukaria”
Play Illustration International Competion
Gold Medal in Toy Design for piece, “Apathetic Birds“
3×3 Children’s Book Art Competition
Bronze Medal for piece, “Pumpkin Drive“
Society of Illustrators Los Angeles, Illustration West 50, 51, 52 & 53Merit Award for piece, “Fish Bone Harbor“,Merit Award for piece, “Precious Pirate“,Merit Award for piece, “Malpractice Monster”and Merit Award for piece, “The Voyager”
Creative Quarterly 36 Winner
Creative Quarterly Runner Up 19, 29, 31, 32 , 33 & 41Issue 19, “Marlene“,Issue 29, “Precious Pirate“,Issue 31, “The Explorer“,Issue 32,and Issue 33, “Arlene”and Issue 41, “Mother Emanuel”
Artavita Art Contest
Honorable Mention for, “Helen“
Winner for piece, “Dr. Hickery Dickery”
College of Charleston
Medical University of South Carolina
Full Sail University
Faber & Faber
Cambridge University Press
Charleston magazine featured artist, Fall 2016. Check out the article here.
Charleston City Paper article in 2016 about my covers for Paste magazine. Check out the article here.
Feature about my work in Charleston’s Art Mag. Check out the article here.
Timeout Interview with Dribbble.com. Check out the article here.
Illustration Friday mention and picture showcase. Check out the article here.
Charleston City Paper article in 2012 about my life in Charleston and work in Paste, etc. Check out the article here.
Featured Artist in Post and Courier’s Charleston Scene. Check out the article here.
Savannah College of Art & Design Alumni Show Fall 2016, Savannah, GA
Honored to have my recent published work featured with other outstanding alumni.
Showcase 100, The Framer’s Gallery, London, UK
Work apart of comprehensive illustration show.
Judge, Dogwood Arts Festival, Atlanta, GA
Selection committee member for the largest arts festival in the Southeast.
Gallery Nucleus, LA
Monster Mouth, a piece commissioned by and created for the Terrible Yellow Eye’s blog, was exhibited along with other artists at Gallery Nucleus in L.A. This collaboration recreated images after Maurice Sendak’s iconic Where the Wild Things Are.
Savannah College of Art and Design’s Permanent Collection, Hong Kong Select images of Timothy’s illustrated children’s book The Top Secret Files of Mother Goose are currently on display at Savannah College of Art & Design’s Hong Kong campus.
Savannah Gallery, Atlanta, GA
Featured in the Art of the Book exhibition at Savannah Gallery in Atlanta, along with New York-based illustrator Brad Holland and the last, renowned artist Benny Andrews.
North Charleston Arts Festival, Special Exhibition, North Charleston, SC
Selected artist to appear in the Outside the Lines illustration exhibition for the North Charleston Arts Festival.
Greenway Studios, Charleston, SC
Select pieces of Timothy’s work including the Bird Chronicles and Portrait series were on display in the collaborative show feature Lowcountry illustrators.