In addition to his work as a conductor, arranger and editor, Timothy is also known as a producer, percussionist and educator.
Timothy's co-producing credits in the recording studio include the Morethan 'Freeman' advertisement campaign among several other commercials, and the soundtracks to the films Proyecto Dos and Rue Huvelin. Read more about Timothy's film credits here.
He originally studied timpani and percussion as a Foundation Scholar of the Royal College of Music with Kevin Hathway, Michael Skinner, Andrew Smith. Graduating with a First Class degree, he was the recipient of the Allianz Cornhill Senior Percussion Prize. Additionally, he studied piano with Nigel Clayton, Drum Kit with Ralph Salmins, jazz vibraphone with Anthony Kerr and composition for screen with Miguel Mera. After graduating, he spent some time as a freelance percussionist, working with ensembles including the John Wilson Orchestra.
Timothy's work as an educator included a diverse peripatetic percussion and piano teaching practice in both state and private schools. In addition, he supported schools by devising his own curricular and extra curricular programmes, including 'drum circles' for primary children, percussion ensembles for secondary schools, GCSE Composition Workshops and A Level lectures on repertoire and analysis. He is particularly passionate about music in schools.
He has written articles that have been published by journals including Musical Opinion and has sat on the jury for the inaugural (and a subsequent) ESB Feis Ceoil/RTÉ Conducting Competition. In 2017 he conducted the finals of the Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition.
Currently, he sits on the Board of Music Examiners for Trinity College London and administers examinations on classical and jazz instruments worldwide.