Skip to content

10 questions with ... Tim Costa

  1. We hear you have some hidden talents! What is one thing most of your co-workers might not know about you?
    Recently, I wrote a short film that debuted at my alma mater, UMass Dartmouth! It’s a very silly little film, but it was a lot of fun to write, and even more fun to get to watch people see and (hopefully) enjoy my work!

  2. What’s on the top of your travel bucket list?
    I think I’d really enjoy spending time in Canada! Probably Toronto, but I’d also love to go to San Francisco or Greece.

  3. If you could immediately gain one skill, personal or professional, what would it be?
    Photography/cinematography is my number one right now! I really love visual mediums, so I’d love to be able to take beautiful pictures or be able to shoot a movie on my own.

  4. What fictional family would you like to be a member of and why?
    I would love to be a member of the Simpsons – maybe just a weird cousin, or the smart uncle or something like that, but I’d also happily be Bart Simpson for a few days.

  5. What is your go-to karaoke or sing-in-the-shower/belt-out-in-the-car song?
    “You’re So Vain” by Carly Simon – it’s great! You get to say so many lovely poetic things!

  6. What’s your guilty pleasure binge TV/streaming service show?
    For years, I watched a lot of MTV’s “Catfish.” I would sit and watch almost an entire season in one sitting, even though pretty much every episode is the same!

  7. What is the first album/CD/digital download you bought?
    The first CD I remember buying was “American Idiot” by Green Day, in third grade! Probably not appropriate for an 8-year-old, but I seemed to enjoy it!

  8. What is the last thing you read for fun?
    “The Curse of Camp Cold Lake” by RL Stine. It is a Goosebumps book, and very silly, but I’ve loved Goosebumps since I was a kind so it was a nice nostalgic experience!

  9. What’s your favorite holiday or family tradition?
    Halloween is my favorite holiday, definitely! I love all things spooky and fall is my favorite season, so it’s a nice convergence.

  10. If you could time travel, would you go back in time or into the future? Any specific point in time you’d like to explore?
    I would go back in time! I think I would thrive in the ’70s, probably in a smaller city like Baltimore or Seattle.