Tim is a prolific illustrator whose style and personality have allowed him to thrive within the NL studio. His vision, understanding, and multi-faceted strengths shine in multiple areas of production, including storyboards, design, and animation.
He has illustrated for children’s books, magazines and advertisements, and his unique toolset brings a fresh perspective to his work. As a Nathan Lover, Tim has contributed to several high-profile projects, including the Nick Winter Refresh, Sprite, Froot Loops and the D Gulls. He also directed the original short ‘Bea & Cad’ which was produced for Nickelodeon with the help of Studio La Cachette in Paris.
Tim is a powerhouse whose work and great ideas are a big part of the team at Nathan Love.
A BRIEF INTERVIEW WITH TIM:
Do you have any advice for aspiring artists who wish to work at NL?
Work hard, practice and don’t give up! Have a good attitude and be professional! These are all important qualities will go a long way toward making you a better artist.
What is a dream project of yours?
With all the time and money in the world, I would love to make a feature length 2D animated movie – either an original story or adapting something. The Silmarillion is something I always thought would be cool animated and you could use the medium to really push the fantastical and mythic feel of the story.
What is your favorite fictional character and why?
Yakul from Princess Mononoke. He has amazing personality while still feeling like an actual animal, his animation is wonderful and I wish he were real.
What would you be doing if you weren’t an artist?
I’d probably be a paleontologist, digging up dinosaur bones somewhere in the Badlands or Mongolia. Or maybe a shepherd, probably in Scotland.
Make sure to check out Tim’s directorial work below!