Born in Cheverly, Maryland, Tim Bradstreet has his hands in a little bit of everything. Tim has done covers, interiors and illustrations associated with software and video games as well as film work. He has worked in the role-playing industry for White Wolf, done illustration work for Namco's Dead to Rights video game, and did some artistic work on the movie Blade 2. Tim's first comic work was inking Tim Truman's Dragon Chiang.
His inking work continued with numerous Dark Horse projects, including an enjoyable stint inking over fellow artist Chris Warner. Tim even reunited with Tim Truman on the often over-looked Hawkworld series by DC. Tim's first penciling work included a pin-up in issue #50 of Legends of the Dark Knight (DC) followed by penciling Gangland (also DC).
But Tim is perhaps best known as one of the premier comicbook cover artists. He got his start doing covers for an Eclipse mini-seriesand it was the cover for Hard Looks #1 (Dark Horse) that the industry really stood up and took notice. When Alex Alonso was editing for Vertigo, he was able to get Tim to do the covers for the Unknown Soldier mini-series and later the Human Target mini-series. But it has been on Hellblazer (DC) and The Punisher (Marvel) that Tim's dark realistic covers are most seen.