Hi, my name is Tim Wahl and I am a multidisciplinary designer and producer based in Boston.

Nature is king and queen. You can find me hiking, climbing, or exploring somewhere new most weekends. Keeping active is huge for me, and I enjoy all types of athletics, particularly soccer and freestyle skiing. My brain gets good exercise, too; I’m always pushing myself to be more creative. I’m a trained designer but also like to make music. It’s easy to think of a piece of music as a “design problem” and solve it analytically, but I prefer to treat it as an art form and let what I feel inform the sound more than anything else. I’ve found that using this sort of thinking sprinkled throughout my design process has been increasingly beneficial in my work. It allows me to create things that feel more human, and foster an emotional connection between the product/service and user.

I’m currently working on a VR Game that uses a unique physical controller for Astronomical. I graduated from RIT in May 2020 with a BFA in Industrial Design. I’m seeking a full-time position anywhere in the world. Check out some of my work and if you’re interested please get in touch. Sláinte!

Rochester Institute of Technology

Bachelors in Industrial Design – 2020

Astronomical – 2020

Chief Design Officer

Freelance – 2018 – 2020

Branding, Music Production

Fairport DPW – 2017 – 2019

Seasonal Laborer

Magic Makers Program

Contest Winners – 13 Mar 2020

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