I've been programming since I was twelve, and programming professionally since 2006. I speak fluent Objective-C, Ruby on Rails, PHP, JavaScript and HTML5/CSS3, among others. This is just a sampling of what I've done - see my GitHub for more.

Mobile Apps


Turbo Button

Design, UX and development — I created every facet of this app. I also managed the development team for the Android port.



I single-handedly integrated ParkWhiz's new payment gateway on a tight deadline.



More than 20,000 members of the MPP website (which I also built) can use the app to take photos and video, then sell it to their fans.

“Tim swooped in and saved the day on a time sensitive opportunity, and did so with time to spare...I would gladly hire him any time we need an extra hand.”

Mark Stratman, ParkWhiz VP of Engineering

Web Sites & Apps


InterMune (acquired by Roche) I worked extensively with InterMune staff to build an internal web app for managing pharmaceutical tests from the ground up. I implemented the entire system, from initial mockups to production Rails code.


Aveda Institute I worked directly and indirectly with the marketing and design teams at Aveda Institute Canada to create the main institute site, sub-sites for each province's institute and landing pages for pay-per-click campaigns.


Shoppers Drug Mart Tree of Life I helped Shoppers Drug Mart raise nearly $3,000,000 for women's organizations in Canada by pairing a custom-made donation backend with a beautiful, bright and interactive front-end experience.


Ontario Arts Foundation The Ontario Arts Foundation wanted to update their aging website. I built them a clean, modern and fully content-managed site and e-commerce system that not only aided donations, but also served as a canvas to showcase their mission.


Intel “Build Your Dream Cave” Facebook Contest I partnered with a front-end Flash developer to create this interactive Facebook game and contest for Intel. Players answer trivia questions and collect items to build their “Dream Cave” and earn a chance to win an Intel prize package.