Jim Hendin started his career in photography in 1961 as a commercial photographer with the famous George Kowamoto studio. Mr. Kawamoto recommended that Jim attend the Art Center School of Design in Los Angeles, California, where he received a degree in Photography in 1967.Jim soon opened his own studio in Detroit, Michigan, and became the exclusive photographer for Motown records. Over the years his private clients have included Universal Music, Gulf & Western and NCR. Jim’s photographic work is on display at several art galleries, fine art shows and exclusive stores worldwide. His work has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland. Outside of music photography, Jim pursues his love of art through digital photography. He uses a highly specialized technique that transforms traditional photographs into unusual works of art. Jim officially retired in 1997. However the demand for his work remains constant.