Tim is the CTO of EA's Core Mobile Group (All Play Label). Core Mobile brings EA's catalog of high-quality games to the most accessible platforms. Tim re-joined EA in 2011 to drive technology sharing and development within the new Labels organization.
Tim served on the Gaikai Advisory Board from Oct 2011 to July 2012. Gaikai was acquired by Sony Computer Entertainment in July 2012.
For most of 2011 Tim was Executive Vice President of Strategic Relationships at Gaikai. He worked closely with major business partners and customers to develop specific plans for their use and monetization of Gaikai technology. Prior to 2011, Tim worked at Electronic Arts for 16 years. He partnered with the executive staff, business development, and the EA game studios to develop and acquire technologies that could benefit both game teams and their products. Tim was directly involved with several notable EA partners including Sony, Microsoft, NVidia, Intel, AMD, Netflix, Google, Unity3D, OnLive, and Gaikai. Tim played a key role in the development of numerous successful EA titles, including The Godfather 2, The Godfather, Lord of the Rings Third Age, Lord of the Rings Two Towers, Tiger Woods Golf, 007 Everything or Nothing, 007 Agent Under Fire, 007 NightFire, and Road Rash. Tim was the recipient of a "Best Game of the Year" Archie award for the Apple II product Kabul Spy, as well as other product and technology awards.