MFA in Photography
Tim Bradley earned his BFA and MFA degrees in photography from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. After Art Center, he pursued dual interests as a photographer and teacher, exhibiting his work through the Jan Turner gallery in Los Angeles and joining the Visual Arts faculty at Cal State, Northridge.
In 1991, Bradley was appointed chair of photography at Art Center. He served as chair until 2000, when he left to open a freelance studio where he completed projects for Advertising Age, The Advocate, Chicago, Esquire, Fortune, Gastronomie, Oprah, This Old House, and other editorial clients. He also chairs the visual arts department at an independent high school outside of Los Angeles.
In 2007 he began teaching as an adjunct in the MFA program in photography at Brooks Institute, specializing in concept development for fine artists.