Melbourne-based writer, director, comedian, and vegan cook, Tim P. Driver works across a variety of medium to tell engaging stories. With a strong focus on comedy, Tim continues to develop projects for film, theatre and television, as well as his solo Melbourne International Comedy Festival shows.
Recently, Tim wrote and directed the television pilot SPIN, the play Sunday's Roast and the short film I'm Not a Racist for Driving Monks Productions. He continues to work with Driving Monks to develop Sunday's Roast for a full season in 2016, and with other independent producers in pursuit of highly entertaining and unique projects. In 2016 Tim will be working on a variety of projects both as a writer and director, having already announced his collaboration with Boutique Theatre on Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Ernest where he will serve as director.
Tim’s work has been internationally recognised (The Blacklist: 8/10 script assessment), and he has received accolades for his work at home. One of his most recent productions for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival received a four star review in the Herald Sun while another was highly praised by Squirrel Comedy.
Tim also formed Greedy Squirrel, an independent production company to produce the fandom documentary The Rest of Us. The Rest of Us is a positively focussed documentary about the One Direction fandom, and will be premiering preview episodes on YouTube.
Some of Tim’s credits include Madame Bast (director - Boutique Theatre); In the Bedroom (writer/director - The Butterfly Club); Sunday’s Roast (writer/director - Scratch Warehouse); timpdriver on YouTube (creator/host - YouTube blog); Where Did This Bruise Come From? (writer/performer - MICF’15); The Rest of Us (creator/director - documentary series); I’m Not a Racist (writer/director - short film); Apparently, I’m an Adult Now (writer/performer - MICF’14); SPIN (writer/director - television pilot); The Scare (writer - Explorations); Driving Home (presenter - webseries); The Incredibly Satisfying Adventures of Milton McAffrey P.I (writer/director - MICF’13); Staffroom (writer/director - television pilot); The Upstairs Mix Up (writer/director - MICF’12), and Awake Asleep Asleep Awake (writer/director - Club Voltaire).
Tim continues to write creatively, and is currently developing a feature film, several plays and two television pilots for production.