Tim Roessler is a writer, director, and producer based in Boulder, Colorado.
He’s written professionally for more than 20 years, led creative teams at Internet agencies, and has produced dozens of videos distributed across multiple channels for corporate clients.
Tim’s also taught classes in using video to make personal stories for the Story Center, often with at-risk youth and other underserved groups. This led to a grant as an artist-in-residence at the Platte Forum.
Projects he’s directed include Literature, by Arthur Schnitzler, Things That Fall, a short created for the Boulder Fringe Festival, and The Port, a film based on the story by Maupassant. He studied the Stanislavski System with acclaimed director Yuri Brusilovsky.
Before entering the corporate arena, Tim worked as a newspaper reporter, taught English to Japanese students in Paris, wrote ad copy, managed a rock band, and published a novella titled Pas de Deux.
Currently, Tim’s working on a novel set in Denver and helping launch lightStruct, an immersive art studio.