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|Also known as||Tim Maxx|
|Occupation(s)||Director, musician, music producer|
|Years active||2012 – present|
|Associated acts||Robbie Rivera, Jyra, Rumors, Black Summer, Jvmie, Keeda, Cedella Marley, Savi, and Manu Crooks|
Tim Madden, also known professionally as Tim Maxx, is an Australian director, EDM musician, and Music Producer. He is best known for his 2015 single Crash and Burn.  
Madden has directed music videos for Afrojack, Erick Morillo, Vassy, Kryder, Bella Hunter, Robbie Rivera, Jyra, Rumors, Black Summer, JVMIE, Keeda, Cedella Marley, Savi, and Manu Crooks. His music videos have been featured in the Top 10 music videos on YouTube in Australia.  
In 2015, Madden released his debut single Crash and Burn (Armada Music).   The track was played over 380,000 times on Spotify.  He also collaborated with fellow Australian electronic musician Jamie Lee Wilson on the track Sticks & Stones.  
In 2016, he collaborated with Adam Katz on the track Only You.   His music video for Mama Said by Jyra feat. Aye Sones was ranked in the Top 5 Hottest Dance Videos of the Week by Shazam. 
In 2017, Madden directed the music video for Young Like Me by Black Summer feat. Lowell (produced by Grammy Award-winner Chris 'Tek' O'Ryan) which launched on national television in Australia on Nine Network.    He also created a remix of the Grammy Award-winning Dave Audé & JVMIE track Back 2 Love which ranked No. 3 on the Billboard Dance Club Charts. 
Madden's tracks have been featured on network television shows Law & Order, The Voice, The Tonight Show, The X Factor Australia, and Australia's Next Top Model, and in commercials for American Express, Reebok, and Chevy. He has also created brand content for Sydney Festival, Sydney Opera House, Mission Australia, and Bondi Icebergs.
|2014||You Gotta Have Love||Studio Two Twelve|
|Into The Sun||Young Men Society|
|Beast Mode||Independent||Manu Crooks|
|2015||Crash and Burn||Armada Music B.V.|
|Sticks & Stones||Studio Two Twelve||Jamie Lee Wilson|
|2016||By My Side||Mike Rossi|
|Only You||Adam Katz|
|Touch The Sky||Independent||Lauren Ojurovic|
    
|2012||Tim Maxx & Keeda: Rock With You||Director, editor, Grader||Music Video|
|2013||Keeda: Control||Music Video|
|2014||Rhiannon Villareal: Heartbeat||Director, editor||Music Video|
|Tim Maxx: You Gotta Have Love||Director, editor, Visual FX||Music Video|
|Tim Maxx feat. Young Men Society: Into The Sun||Music Video|
|2015||Tim Maxx & Jamie Lee Wilson: Sticks & Stones||Director, producer, editor, Grader||Music Video|
|Tim Maxx: Crash and Burn||Director, producer, editor, Visual FX||Music Video|
|2016||Tim Maxx feat. Adam Katz: Only You||Director, producer, editor, Grader||Music Video|
|GFDM & MD Electro feat. Neonheart: Right On Time||Music Video|
|Tim Maxx feat. Mike Rossi: By My Side||Music Video|
|Jyra feat. Kye Sones: Mama Said||Music Video|
|Tim Maxx: Broken||Music Video|
|2017||Black Summer feat. Lowell: Young Like Me||Director||Music Video|
|Collar||Music Score||Short Film|
|Rumors: Look Out Below||Director||Music Video|
|Cedella Marley feat. Savi and Bankay: Could You Be Loved||Music Video|
|Afrojack and Vassy feat. Oliver Rosa: Lost||Music Video|
|Kryder and Erick Morillo feat. Bella Hunter: Waves||Music Video|
  
In 2016, Madden was awarded 2nd Place for Electronic dance music in the International Songwriting Competition along with Adam Katz.    
In 2017, he was a finalist in the Elton John: The Cut competition held by YouTuber Kurt Schneider to direct Elton John's Tiny Dancer.  He also scored the short film Collar (directed by Rowan Maher), which won Best Drama at the Hollywood Boulevard Film Festival 2017. 
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