"Did people start calling you when they heard what you were doing and say, 'I have a charm bracelet'?"
"Almost when it was toward the end. Like I said, I have volume two and three here. Because I had to edit it down, so that was hard. But they're still calling.
"Some, I had to go to their vault and do it. And then to see the old Tiffany charms from the archives, that was fascinating too. So I just got deeper and deeper as it got more serious."
"How long have you done photography?"
"About 20 years. In the beginning I started working for Vogue as a freelancer, and then I started to get involved with children's advertising, and that's what I do. So it was nice to get a break, to evolve from babies and squeaking toys singing 'Barney' and blowing bubbles to 'PJ,' which is what they call precious jewels.
"Yeah, it was fun."
"Where did you go to school?"
"Parsons School of Design."
"Did you grow up in New York City?"
"Yes. I don't even have a driver's license."
-- Judith Moore