Timothy Neill currently works at his studio in Hamilton, Massachusetts. He received his Master of Science in Art Education degree from Massachusetts College of Art in Boston and his Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Art and Art History from York College of Pennsylvania. He is a peer reviewed Professional Associate of the American Institute for Conservation and has been working in the field of art conservation since 2005. In 2010 Neill founded Allied Conservation, specializing in the ethical conservation and restoration of paintings and frames.
Neill is a Copley Artist, (CA) at The Copley Society of Art in Boston where he sits as chairman of the membership committee. He is an artist member of the North Shore Arts Association in Gloucester where he sits on the board of trustees. Neill is an Artist Member of the Newburyport Art Association, an Artist Member of the Rockport Art Association and is an associate member of the Guild of Boston Artists.