FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Where can I see your work?
Through various licensing agreements, my work can be seen all over the country in hotels, corporate interiors, advertisements, and book covers. For those in the Jacksonville area, I rotate exhibits in businesses and art galleries throughout the year.Do you provide international shipping?
Yes. International shipping varies greatly depending on the destination and package size and weight. I would be happy to give you a quote.Does the print look like what I am seeing on my monitor?
I believe my prints look BETTER than what you see on your computer monitor. The small size and low resolution of photos displayed for web viewing cannot do justice to a large print. I do all my work in a managed colorspace, and therefore my prints will be very accurate compared to what is viewed on a color calibrated monitor. Many monitors, however, have strong backlit LCD displays, and colors that may not be totally accurate, and I obviously cannot control for all the variation that exists in monitor displays. For a nominal fee to cover shipping and handling, I would be happy to provide you with a small print sample prior to your order.
I am flattered at the number of clients from around the world who collect my work. Collectors are recognized as those who have purchased several prints and intend to add to their collection. Clients who have achieved collector status enjoy special discounts on their purchases and access to private sales and exclusive Artist Reserve releases. Read more about collecting our work, or login to the collectors area here.
While I take thousands of photos during the course of any year, I have high standards for what is released on my website. As such, I generally release a collection of 10-20 images once or twice a year. You can be notified of new releases by signing up for our mailing list.
Yes, depending on the photograph, I can print just about any size you want.How long will my prints last?
Archival inks and papers are designed to last hundreds of years.
In most cases I can, just ask :) Click here to purchase a gift certificate.
I have done extensive testing and comparison prints to choose my papers for printing. I use Hahnemuhle Fine Art Baryta paper for most color prints; monochrome prints are printed on Ilford Galerie Gold Fibre Silk paper, long regarded as a top choice for black and white prints. Canvas prints are printed on Luna Artist Canvas 340, the best known paper for canvas that far surpasses the usual Giclee canvas print.Previous Page | Next Page