Thomas V. Meyer Fine Art is a source for fine photographic works by 20th-century and contemporary photographers. Works are available by artists such as Berenice Abbott, Andre Kertesz, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Judy Dater, Ralph Gibson, Jerry Uelsmann, Richard Misrach, Stu Levy, Don Hong Oai, Philipp Scholz Rittermann, E.O. Goldbeck, and Jock Sturges.
Meyer cofounded the Grapestake Gallery in San Francisco in 1974 with his sister, Ursula Gropper. For ten years, they presented exhibitions of photography side-by-side with painting and sculpture to counter the then-prevalent belief that photography remained outside the realm of "fine art." The gallery exhibited works by photographers Harry Callahan, Lewis Baltz, Roger Minick, Denny Moers, Helen Levitt, Joel Meyerowitz, Marsha Burns, Imogen Cunningham, Richard Barnes, Robert Doisneau, and E.O. Goldbeck as well as cutting edge works by emerging painters and sculptors.
Meyer has served for several years as Board Chairman of San Francisco Camerawork, a nonprofit artists' organization, and is currently active as a private dealer and corporate art advisor in San Francisco.