Tim realised from a very early age that singing was something very dear to his heart. His musical journey started at the age of six when he became a boy chorister at Chelmsford Cathedral. After a short while being surrounded by such magnificent sacred and secular music, he was hooked! Tim studied for his music degree at Goldsmith’s College, University of London (2001 – 2004) after which he was fortunate enough to be offered a Vocal Scholarship to study for a Postgraduate Diploma at Trinity College of Music in London. Whilst singing with many of the UK’s finest choral ensembles (including Ex Cathedra Consort; Voces Cantabiles; Polyphony; and Stile Antico), he sang at Old Royal Naval College Chapel (Choral Scholar), Brompton Oratory and St. Paul’s Cathedral. From 2006 – 2008, Tim sang as Lay Clerk at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, and then joined The King’s Singers, where he spent ten happy years. Recognition for the group during his tenure included two Grammy Awards®, a further Grammy nomination and an induction into the inaugural Gramophone Hall of Fame. Apart from performing, Tim taught at over 500 masterclasses, workshops and summer schools, imparting ensemble skills and techniques to choirs all over the world. He is now relishing the opportunity to be on the ‘other side’ of the classical music world, as an Artist Manager.