Tim joined Climateworks with an immediate focus on the SEAFOAM project. His work in this capacity concentrated on shipping and offshore energy sectors, geospatial analysis and production of maps, and the development of methodology for quantification of offshore emissions mitigation in Indonesia.
More recently, Tim moved to the Research Analysis and Modelling (RAM) team, where he delivers research, analysis, scenario development and modelling, including an AusTIMES core scenarios update. He is also authoring a report on core scenario modelling methodology and assumptions.
Tim’s background includes working in the software industry as a product owner and business analyst. In this capacity he was responsible for making tactical and strategic decisions on product direction based on data analysis, and consultation with stakeholders and customers.
Tim transitioned to climate space in 2021, first working as a technical consultant for a broad range of clients, from local landowners and business to the IPCC, and national governments.
He holds a Degree of Master of Engineering with First Class Honours in Mechanical Engineering from Newcastle University, UK.