BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHS: I print my black and white photographs in my darkroom using the traditional “wet” process. To ensure that the prints will last for generations, I use museum weight, fiber based paper and I follow the Ilford guidelines for archival print processing.

COLOR PHOTOGRAPHS: The color prints are printed to my specifications by a fine art photographic imaging company dedicated to serving professional artists. Only the highest quality materials are used in the making of these prints, including Fuji crystal archive paper, which has the highest archival rating of all traditional photographic papers.

GICLEE PRINTS: Giclee (pronounced “zhee-clay”) prints are created using state of the art equipment and the highest quality archival paper and inks. The ink is applied to the paper in an extraordinarily fine spray, which gives the appearance of a continuous-tone print. These prints are also known as inkjet prints, archival ink prints or archival pigment prints.

CARE AND DISPLAY: Photographs, like any work of art, should not be displayed in direct sunlight or near a source of heat. Under proper viewing conditions, my photographs will last for generations.

FRAMING: All photographs are framed using acid free materials, including 100% rag, 4ply museum board mounts and mats. The frames are 1 3/16” wide solid ramin hardwood rubbed to a soft satin lustre. Frames for color images are finished in dark mahogany and frames for black and whites have a flat black finish. All photographs are available unframed also. Please contact me for details.