Tim Fannon is an actor, director and teaching artist. He founded and served as artistic director of Fovea Floods, a multidisciplinary experimental theatre company exploring the boundaries of contemporary theatre, for ten years in Brooklyn, NY. He has performed in numerous theatrical productions in NYC, regionally and internationally, several short films and television shows, and a variety of national and regional commercials. Tim’s artistic pursuits have taken him to England, Italy, Greece, China, and Dayton, OH. He attended Skidmore College, double majoring in Theatre and English Literature, then went on to receive his Masters in Acting from Brooklyn College. Tim has also studied acting internationally, most notably at the Royal National Theatre and the British Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, and in Stratford-upon-Avon with the Royal Shakespeare Company.