Your Questions Answered

What do you sell?
I sell unframed archival smooth matte fine art prints, premium fine art canvas gallery wraps, mounted prints on bamboo panels, and limited edition fine art prints on Epson Hot Press Natural paper, signed and numbered en verso.

How quickly can we get our prints?
Orders typically take between one and three weeks depending on the size of order, time of year, weather, and the influx of orders.

Do you offer framed prints?
Not through the store, no. If you’re interested in having me frame your fine art prints, please email me and I can give you a quote. I have a fantastic local frame shop that does a wonderful job of framing my prints.

Can I license digital files of your images?|
Please enquire about licensing digital files from me. I offer many images for stock use through OFFSET and PLAINPICTURE, but the majority of the images you’ll see on this site are not represented with those companies.

Do I take credit cards?
Yes. Visa, MasterCard, American Express, JCB, Discover, Diners Club and Apple Pay are all accepted, as well as ACH debits directly from your bank account.

What if I want a size that isn’t offered?
Please email me for custom sizes. I’ll try and accommodate you if at all possible.

How large can your images be printed?
I offer prints between the sizes of 8x12 to 40x60. All images are different. To see the size that’s offered, click ‘Buy Photo’ and the price list will pop up with the sizes offered for that particular image.

Is your Wall Art signed?
Most images offered will not be signed. In order to keep prices reasonable, your order will typically be shipped directly to you from my supplier. Having said that, I do offer Limited Edition prints from my personal projects that are signed and numbered en verso.

What does archival mean?
I’ve been in the photography/print business for quite some time now and will only offer archival prints. An archival print is meant to last for generations, between 100 and 200 years with no perceptible fading. Mass produced prints are of low quality and that’s not what I offer. With mass produced art, the colors will typically be off and black and white images will have a purple or bluish cast. They will also begin to fade in just a few short years.

Are your products made to withstand high traffic institutions and businesses?
Absolutely, some more than others. Canvas Wraps, and Bamboo Panels have a Lustre Coating applied for protection. Smooth Matte Fine Art Paper and the Limited Edition Fine Art Prints on Epson Hot Press will need to be handled with care until they are properly framed. I will say though, the fine art paper prints are very beautiful and worth the time to frame them properly.

Have unanswered Questions? Drop me a line and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible.