Tim Hawkins, President
- Tim Hawkins is Public Historian, Educator, and a Certified Archivist with over thirty years of experience in project management and administration. He has a B.A degree in Communication Arts (Radio, TV, Film Production) and Environmental Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and years later continued his studies in the Environmental Journalism Masters Program at the University of Colorado-Boulder, where he also served on the faculty teaching classes in Online Magazine Production and managing the [blurr] digital innovation program.
- For his entire career Hawkins has specialized in collections of photographs, films, video, audio, digital media and museum artifacts. He has supervised grant projects funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Endowment for the Arts, Save America’s Treasures, and the National Science Foundation. He is the Past President of the Society of Rocky Mountain Archivists and the past Communications Director for the Society of American Archivists Visual Materials Section. Working with the Collaborative Digitization Program he edited and co-authored Digital Audio Best Practices, October, 2006.
- Hawkins has presented numerous talks and workshops at meetings for professional organizations, including: The Society of American Archivists, The Visual Resources Association, The Association of Recorded Sound Collections, the American Association of State and Local Historians, The Midwest Archives Conference, the New England Archivists, and the Society of Rocky Mountain Archivists.
- His employers and consulting clients have included: The Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research; Playboy Enterprises, Inc.; The Archdiocese of Chicago; The National Geographic Society; The University of Colorado-Boulder; Naropa University; Pulse of the Planet; The Kids Science Challenge; and the Steelworks Center of the West.
- Give us a call to discuss your archives, museum or training needs!