Tim Jeffs

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Tim Jeffs (born Timothy James Jeffs September 22, 1965) is an artist, musician, and Art Director. He was born in Rockville, Maryland. He currently lives in Dumont, New Jersey with his wife Jane Jeffs, daughter Jenna and, son Harrison.[1]

He is a former guitarist and member of the band White Zombie, and appears on the second EP Pig Heaven and also on the five disk box-set Let Sleeping Corpses Lie. Other members of the band along with Tim were Rob Zombie, Sean Yseult, and Ivan de Prume. He was college roommates with Rob Cummings aka Rob Zombie at Parson School of Design in New York City during the 1980s. He also holds the position of being the first guitarist to play live with the band, appearing in White Zombie's debut show at CBGB's in New York City on April 28, 1986. Other songs he recorded with White Zombie were: "Slaughter the Grey" which was the B side of the Pig Heaven EP, "Follow Wild", "Rain Insane", "Paradise Fireball", and "Red River Flow" which are all unreleased White Zombie songs.

In August of 2013 Tim gained worldwide attention when he started selling prints and posters of a series of detailed animal ink drawings which he created. Pieces of his art saw millions of views on Reddit and imgur, with sales through his etsy shop "Tim Jeffs Art". He was featured in VEUX magazine's October 2013 issue 14 volume 2, "Masks & Monsters" in an article titled "Devil in the Details". His work consists of mostly endangered species, and therefore he has joined up with several conservation groups to promote animal protection and awareness. He continues to add new works to his animal collection and offer prints of the pieces for sale to the public.

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