About Tim Fitzsimons

Tim Fitzsimons is a New York City-based journalist. He previously worked as Washington reporter for Marketplace radio and as a producer and reporter at NPR.

As a print reporter, Tim has written about an HIV prevention pill, a port in Omanprisoner art classes at Guantanamo Baydiscriminatory banking practices in American immigrant communities, and Syrian refugees in Lebanon.

As a radio reporter, Tim covered the effects “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” had on soldiers and their partners, a national goose problem, the business of meadpoison gas attacks in Syria, the Arab World tech industrycontractor labor abuses, and floods in South Carolina.

As a photojournalist, Tim reported on the ouster of Egypt’s Mohammed Morsi, the fading tourism industry in Kashmir, and El Día Sin Inmigrantes.

Tim is also a graduate of the Poynter Institute's Drone Journalism School and a FAA-certified commercial drone pilot (which means he can legally operate your flying cameras for newsgathering purposes).

Tim is a graduate of Tufts University, where he studied International Relations.