Who is this guy?
Timothy Patrick Hughes is an actor, writer, casual film photographer, voracious reader, and (most importantly) person who loves to speak in the third person. He is originally from San Diego, CA which accounts for his sunny outlook on life. If he didn't become an actor/writer, he would've become either a priest or a comedian.
From 2012 to 2020, he devoted his time to getting an acting education, first at Orange County School of the Arts and then at Pace University where he graduated with a BFA in Acting. During that time, he starred in two feature films (one of which he co-wrote and co-directed), appeared in multiple regional Shakespeare productions, and starred in a Pace production of the play Machinal. In short, he likes to stay busy.
As a writer, he's interested in topics of religious belief, masculinity, and identity. The most important element in stories for him is hope: diving into darkness and searching for light.
When he's not creating, he passionately lectures helpless bystanders as to why Bruce Springsteen is the John Steinbeck of Rock 'n' Roll.