Are digital prints any good?
The term "digital print" itself is incredibly
broad, applicable to output from $50 home printers as well
as $100,000 garage-sized presses. A more useful description
for what I produce is digital fine art print. Each tool
and process I use to create a print are carefully selected
and skillfully employed with the singular aim of achieving
the highest possible image quality. More specifically, the
printmaking process I use yields an image by applying a
carbon or color pigment ink to the surface of specially
treated long-lasting paper. The ability to edit pixels on a
computer, coupled with precise control of ink density on
the printing paper allows me to create a broader tonal range
on the print than is possible with traditional darkroom
How long will your digital prints last?
The printing papers I use are acid-free, lignen-free, and
ph neutral. The inks are pigments with exceptional standards
of longevity. In fact, lab testing has shown these materials
provide a print life exceeding that of silver-halide black
and white RC prints and all traditional color printing methods.
The mounting and framing materials meet archival standards
as well. Each print comes with a print replacement guarantee against any signs of image
degradation (i.e. fading, discoloration) when displayed indoors either under glass or away
from direct sources of sunlight.
What are limited edition prints and why
are they more expensive?
These images are editioned at a quantity of fifteen. Once
an image is sold out (i.e. edition 15/15 has been purchased)
there will be no future fine-art prints produced. Reproductions
beyond this point will be limited to offset press output including
posters, cards, periodical/book publication and promotional
use in varying sizes. Each limited edition print is signed,
numbered and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
All editions of an image are printed at a single size. Paper
stock may vary over the life of an edition. In contrast, prints
not designated as limited editions have no such restrictions
in terms of quantity produced or print sizing.
I can't find a photo I saw here last time.
Where did it go?
Images in the galleries are rotated on a regular basis.
You can browse the entire collection of photographs that
have been featured on this site in the catalog.
Where can I see your work in person?
My work is exhibited nationwide. If you'd like to stay up to date on future shows and events please subscribe to my free newsletter. I'm always happy to arrange private studio visits
Can I return a print?
With each sale, you have a grace period of 30 days from the
delivery date in which you may return the print, still in
its original condition, for a full refund of the sale price.
What types of payment do you accept?
Prints, services and commissions can be paid for by Visa,
MasterCard or Discover.
Do you sell framed prints?
The majority of my images are sold matted and unframed. The
selection of framing material and moulding is often an individual
choice determined largely by where the piece will be hung.
For some images however, I utilize unique display options,
such as a shadowbox where the edges of the paper float in
the frame without an overmat. In these instances the print,
mount and frame are sold as a complete unit.
Can I order prints online?
While the web is great for presenting work to a large, diverse
audience, I believe the sale of art is best done with direct
contact between buyer and artist. Each image for sale has
a purchase info link. Here you'll find out how to finalize
the sale. Prints are custom-matted (or framed) once an order
is placed and ship via FedEx.
How much is shipping?
FedEx 2nd Day delivery is provided with each print sale, at
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