Recently, someone asked me how I got started photographing jewelry. It all start almost 35 years ago, with shooting work for Jim Meyer. I was doing photography for several crafts artists and a mutual friend suggested I shoot his work. We have been friends ever since. Out of that, I have done photography for many fine jewelers over the years. In fact, recently one of the first images I did for Jim was included in a book edited by Bob Ebendorf. While it looked old and dated to me, Bob said it was still a favorite piece of Jim's and he liked my image of it. I won't be including that here, but these are some recent pieces by C. James Meyer. I will also be uploading the work of some other jewelers in the near future.