Tim Scofield is a sculptor from Northern Illinois who graduated from Syracuse University’s College of Visual & Performing Arts with an MFA. From 2000 – 2008 he was on staff at Maryland Institute College of Art running the metal shop & casting foundry. From 2009 until early 2015, Tim was the lead fabricator at a small residential & commercial metal shop that produces light structural and miscellaneous metal work. During this period Tim along with Mara Neimanis, co-founded & performed in the Baltimore Alley Aerial Festival, which ran for three years. He has exhibited sculpture in Baltimore’s Artscape, Chicago’s Pier Walk, Sarasota Florida’s Bayfront.
Currently, Tim is the owner & operator of Tim Scofield Studios that produces aerial performance apparatus, custom designed furniture, props for video production and sculpture.
Tim along with Baltimore sculptor, Kyle Miller fabricated BUS, a bus stop designed by the Spanish Artistic group, mmmm... commissioned by the Creative Alliance of Baltimore. In addition, through a PNC Transformative Art grant, they collaborated on another sculptural bus stop entitled Estamos Aqui that was installed in Baltimore's Highlandtown neighborhood in late 2015.
Most recently Scofield and Miller created the Peacock for Light City Baltimore.