Fine Art Print Sales

Fine Art Prints

Images printed on Epson printers with archival materials. Each image edited and printed by me to ensure the quality of the image you will receive.


Each of these images is printed on platinum and/or palladium. One of the most pure and beautiful ways of printing, this process requires hand-coating of the paper resulting in a unique print each time due to subtle shifts in the coating and printing process.


I continue to experiment and explore historical processes and how they can be used in today’s modern methods. Each of these processes results in a unique one-of-a-kind image. From tintypes to paper negatives, each process has a beauty and style all its own.

Fine Art Print Orders

Thanks for considering the purchase of one of my images. Any image on the site or in a gallery collection is available for purchase. To place your order, you can give us a call at 206.659.8001 or contact us here so that we can makes sure to get you the exact print and size you want.

Each print is signed and comes with a certificate of authenticity. We normally ship via FedEx Express, and your shipping charges are included in the overall price. Fine art prints are printed on Epson printers using archival materials throughout the process. Some images are available in platinum/palladium or one of our alternative processes. Please let us know if there is a print you would like done in one of these processes and we can discuss if it is possible. Some of the alternative images are one-of-a-kind, and it is not possible to reproduce those images in a different medium or size print.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are prints available in multiple sizes?

Prints are offered in a variety of sizes. Depending on which printing medium you select there may some limitation on the size of the print available. In most cases, I work with you to try and accommodate your request.

Do you limit your prints or do limited editions?

That is a great question, and the short answer is no. At this time, I do not limit the number of prints that I see for each image. I do keep track of all my print sales and the order they were sold.  If  I did start to limit prints for any reason in the future, I would provide the earliest purchasers the upside and number benefits of the series.


Are all your prints archival?

All of my materials and the processes used result in images that are considered archival. Some of the historical processes I use are very stable and result in some of the most long lasting images possible. With the more modern printing methods, I make sure to use archival papers, inks and storage devices to ensure the integrity and value of the image.

What happens if I want to change my print size later?

People move and things in life change, I get that. I don’t change or reprint any of the historical processes images. In many cases, those are one-of-a-kind images and can’t be duplicated. In the case of more modern printing methods, I will reprint and provide a new size at a significantly reduced rate so long as your first print is returned back to me in the process.

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