Many of the images on my site are for sale as prints. If they are, you’ll see a [$] icon at the bottom of the image, below the caption, when you view it in large format.
I thought long and hard about integrating a full e-commerce checkout system into this site, but in the end, treating the selection of images as the beginning of a conversation (versus sending clients through impersonal checkout experience) felt most in line with why I shoot: to tell a story that makes a connection. So in selecting an image or two you’re interested in, you’re not building a shopping cart, but making “an inquiry” – I’ll immediately recieve your query and I’ll respond to you directly, ironing out the details one-on-one so you get exactly what you want.
Because of the care I put into each print, all images are signed, “limited edition” prints of 10. I partner with Pushdot Studio for all my printing because their skill, range, and our close collaboration ensure what I envision always comes beautifully to life on paper. Each image is printed with pigment-based, archival longevity inks on fine art archival papers I personally choose to best complement the image. They come with acid-free, archival mats, unframed – I’m happy to collaborate with you on framing, just let me know.
- 8 x 10" print* (matted to 11 x 14"): $200
- 11 x 14" print* (matted to 16 x 20"): $250
- Larger sizes available: just ask
(* sizes are approximate depending on the crop that’s best for the image)
Please allow up to two weeks for delivery because all prints are made to order. And thank you!
Prints you'd like to ask about purchasing:
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To select an image to ask about, just navigate to it on the site, click/tap to open the large version of the image, and below its caption – if it’s available for purchase – you’ll find a [$] icon to click near the bottom of the image.
Because I want you to really see what you’re getting before you order, print inquiry functionality is only available when viewed on larger screens, on a tablet or desktop.
I get that in this day and age, when most people get around on mobile — and I'm one of them — that’s probably crazy. If you think so too, I’d love to know.
But for now, I think bigger shows my photography better, and it gives you a better idea of what might end up on your wall.