William G. Schulz is a freelance science journalist, jewelry artist, bead collector, scuba diving instructor, and board member of the Greater Washington Bead Society.
“I strive to use only authentic, ethnographic materials in my work–pendants and beads in particular. Gemstones are never dyed, though some may be heat treated in accordance with jewelry industry standards. Mostly, I love the look and feel of natural stone and building pieces of jewelry that play off of these colors and textures. I also enjoy metal and wire work, including the challenge of recreating ancient jewelry designs.”
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.