Tim Stallmann

Tim Stallmann


Cartography/GIS Collaborator

Tim Stallmann is a freelance cartographer, geographer and web developer. His work focuses on the role maps and geographic data play in addressing issues of racial, economic and environmental justice. Recent projects he's worked on include: the Durham Civil Rights History Map (web mapping and project management), Contratados.org (web map design and development), the Northside Neighborhood Initiative (survey design, data management and evaluation), and Bull City 150 (design lead and research cartographer). Tim's maps have been widely published and exhibited; he also leads map-making workshops locally and internationally. Past and current clients include the Marian Cheek Jackson Center for Making and Saving History, Uniting Detroiters, the Southern Coalition for Social Justice, the Center for Civil Rights at UNC-CH, Duke University and Duke University Press. For more, see www.tim-maps.com.

Issue Expertise: Housing, Open Source Tools

Technical Skills: Data visualization and design, GIS/mapping, Website development