How to purchase your work

Photographic prints and canvases are available for sale from the Shop here on the website.  Prices listed are for Australian postage only.  International buyers should contact me directly for printing and postage options.  Additionally, if you have any special requests regarding purchases/sizes/materials etc, please feel free to contact me.  Matting is available at some standard print sizes and will come with the matt and a Foamcore backing, ready for framing.  Note, this will add to postage costs, as prints will need special packing.  Please contact for matting/foamcore prices.  Framing is available, however that will add significantly to the postage cost, so it is recommended that you arrange framing at your end to suit your tastes.

Additionally, some of my images can be licensed for commercial work.  This can be best arranged via my 500px page.

Will my prints remain vibrant over time

Yes.  Prints, canvases and inks are of archival quality with rated lifetimes of over 100 years.

What types of paper do you print on

I use Fuji archival papers, with rated lifetimes of over 100 years.  There are two types of standard professional papers used: Lustre, and Pearl.  Lustre is a surface with a reflective nature somewhere between matte and gloss.  It's a balance between fine detail and reduced glare due to reflection.  Pearl papers are a metallic infused material that has a beautiful shine and deep colours.  Pearl papers aren't available for all print sizes.  From the Fuji website:

PEARL paper contains a very special component: pearly mica crystals. Based on the natural mica, they are covered with a thin layer of metal oxides, for example, titanium dioxide. Through an interplay of transparency, refraction, coating and multiple reflections, one can discern silver-white and metallic reflection effects. These lend pictures such an intense warmth and depth; they become a true sensation for the eye.

Very large prints (greater than 30 inches long) will be printed on professional Epson Inkjets, which make available additional ranges of papers.

How will my canvas prints come

All canvas prints are mounted on a stretcher frame and are printed on a cotton-polyester mix which maintains a tight stretch over the frame.  Archival canvas and inks are used, and all canvases are sprayed with a protective coating (PremierArt Eco Print Shield) designed specifically for water resistant ink jet media. Its advanced polymer technology will not crack under stretching and will never go brittle. Eco Print Shield protects all ink jet media from moisture, light, humidity, atmospheric contaminants, abrasion and fingerprints.  Eco Print Shield’s performance rating exceeds 100 years.