My goal with every piece and each client is to create something truly special for your home or office space.

All work on this site is available for purchase. Most of the photography can be custom-printed and sized to any specification. Our specialty is printing on canvas, then glazing to lock in the image and give texture. We can also print on archival paper and mat with 8-ply gallery quality rag (and frame, if desired). Please contact us for details including sizing and prices.

The mixed media paintings are one-of-a-kind and are sold as listed (although many are also available as giclee prints and are therefore sizable).

We have several pieces that are currently in inventory, from canvas prints to framed prints to smaller matted and unframed prints.


I consider printing to be the final stage of the photography process. The captivating moment when you see a large format print of an image is special, each and every time.

It is important that all printed images are archival and are printed on the highest quality of mediums whether its paper or canvas so your artwork stands the test of time.

Our images are printed on Traditional Fuji Crystal Archive and Kodak Endura photographic papers unless otherwise specified. These papers are gelatin-emulsion, light-sensitive, silver-halide papers, exposed by lasers on the Durst Lambda digital enlarger.

Careful attention is made to ensure superior prints.

Fine Art Paper Prints:

These giclee print are available as custom order. Each image is printed on museum-quality Hahnemühle Photo Rag William Tunrer paper (310 gsm), using only high-quality Epson UltraChrome™ K3 pigment inks. Made from 100% cotton rag, this premium paper has a rated opacity of 99% and a smooth surface texture. To ensure archival standards, the paper is calcium carbonate buffered and acid free. These standards guarantee that you can enjoy the print for decades to come.

Gallery Wrapped Canvas Prints:

We’ve done a few of these over the years and I’m a big fan. These look great on large empty walls.

These are custom made each time at the time of ordering. Please contact the studio via email for pricing and time frames.

   FAQ’s: Here’s some answers to basic questions I get regarding prints and ordering.

Ordering Process & Info

My primary focus is creating custom, commissioned pieces. My online gallery acts a a portfolio of all my available images that are ready to be printed at the time a client is ready to place an order.

Most regular orders take 5-7 days to print and prep to ship. Custom size or media like fine art paper or gallery wrapped canvas will take longer. I will provide an estimated time for delivery at the time your project is quoted.

I try to keep a certain number of images in stock which you can check out on our Square store front.

As stated elsewhere, all items are printed on the highest quality papers and canvases with archival inks.

Standard Versus Custom Sizes

STANDARD SIZING: refers to the traditional size 8×10 and 11×14 print sizes. These cropped format prints fit traditional pre-cut 4 and 8-ply mats. Prints larger than 11×14 require custom matting and are shipped in a durable tube. This allows you that ability to tailor your art with a local framer to fit your specific space.

CUSTOM SIZING: in a lot of my past work, I’ve shot full frame and then applied a custom crop as to best represent the story for that image. Most of these prints require a custom mat but can easily be made to fit your framing options with your local art framer.

Choosing the right size

Choosing the right size for your home or office can be a challenge so I put together a page with some sample mock ups to show sizing. You can find that page here.

What is Giclee Printing?

Giclee is fine resolution, art quality ink-jet printing. With Giclee prints, artists and photographers have new choices like canvas and fine art papers for reproducing their images. Use Giclee prints anytime you want to sell a traditional fine art appearance. The quality is amazing!

How Long Will Giclee Prints Last?

The short answer is: ours will last much longer than a lifetime.

We use Ultrachrome Inks in carefully chosen ink/media combinations that are proven to provide the widest possible color gamut life while extending print life under normal indoor display conditions, away from direct sunlight or harsh fluorescent light.

Our canvas prints, with ClearStar® liquid coatings that block UV light, are projected to be fade-free for 100+ years. Satin coating is standard. This time consuming extra step is costly and ignored by many printers.

Fine Art Paper prints are projected to be color-stable for 100+ years without any coatings.

Additional proofing and costs apply.

What is Gallery-Wrap?

Gallery-wrap uses the outer 1.75″ (all around) of the image to wrap around the stretcher. It requires careful planning by the artist because the wrapped area is lost from the face of the artwork, thereby cropping the composition. Unless the original composition will be acceptable after cropping, this option is not desirable. 

Gallery wrap works best when you plan the composition to allow for the loss of image from the face to the sides of the stretcher.

Cost: Gallery-Wrap adds 4″ to the width and 4″ to the length of the printed area. Depending on the original size, the area printed will be 20%-100% larger than a normal print. The stretching cost remains the same.

Please contact us for a quote on printing and stretching.