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Tim Worrall – Ngāi Tūhoe

January 11 2024

Head and shoulders photo of Tim Worrall, standing in front of a light coloured brick wall, wearing a black t-shirt and carving around his neck

Tim is Ramp’s Māori lead, focusing on projects that have specific requirements related to Māori world views and engagement. Tim also led the development of Ramp’s He Whitianga cultural engagement model. With a BFA from  Auckland University and an MA from Victoria University, Tim has worked as an artist, lecturer, designer, tā moko tatooist, and consultant, drawing inspiration from his Tūhoe heritage. He has contributed to various community projects in the Bay of Plenty, lectured in Māori Art, and served as Chairman of his marae. Tim is also a film and television screenwriter and director. He lives in Rotorua with his wife Taria Tahana and their whānau.

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