I handcraft my fine art prints using the highest quality archival pigment inks and 100% cotton paper. Each artwork is made in a limited edition of 10, plus 4 artist proofs, with the title, edition number, and my signature in pencil on the reverse.

To inquire about purchasing please email and I will make every effort to respond within a day.


Prints are shipped flat and unmounted/unframed within an archival plastic sleeve, and suspended between triple layers of durable, oversized cardboard panels to ensure safe passage to you.


What type of paper do you use?

I use Hahnemühle Photo Rag Baryta, which is a 315gsm 100% cotton paper similar in weight and finish to a traditional silver fibre-based paper. Hahnemühle has been producing fine art papers in Germany since 1584, and is a trusted name among museums and art collectors. This heavyweight, natural white paper has a subtle gloss fibre finish, and delivers a warm tone print that matches well with my subject matter.

Do you offer custom sizes or finishing?

Scale is an integral part of how I respond to my subjects, and establish relationships of line and form in the final print presented on the wall. I select the printed scale that best communicates the ideas of a given series, and only offer the edition in the one size.

How do you recommend framing my fine art print?

The more unobtrusive the framing the better, so the print is able to fill your attention, and also create its own space on your wall. My preference is to display in a wood veneer-covered aluminum frame, UV glass, and hinge mounted in a white archival 100% cotton rag mat board, with a 4 to 5 inch mat border. Your neighbourhood art framer can assist in selecting the right materials to ensure your print is safely preserved for many, many years.