Thank you for visiting my web site. I work with digital photography and film photography producing, beautiful, well-crafted pigment ink jet prints, silver prints, salt prints and platinum/palladium prints, depending on the images selected.

Digital Prints:
Images can be ordered as prints only, prints with small black border, matted prints on simple black w/gold on white with gold mats, Another option is a professionally matted and framed print using a four-ply window mat with beveled edges, black metal frames, and archival back boards. All digital prints are created using the Epson 3880 Professional Printer that produces archival pigment inkjet prints using a variety of papers such as Epson Signature or Professional papers as, Museo Max, Hahnemühle, and Moab papers.
Pricing of Archival Pigment Inkjet Prints:
 
Size Print only Matted Print Professional Print with Matt + Frame
8.5”x11” paper size prints an image area approximately 8”x10” or 10”x6.5” $75 $100.00
Matted with 11”x14” white w/gold or black w/gold
$200.00
14”x18” Matted with white or black archival board, black metal or pewter frame with archival backing board and plexiglass® 
Limited Edition of 5 prints in this size.
13”x19” paper size prints an image area approximately 12.5”x18.75” 
 
$100.00 N/A $300.00
20”x24” Matted with white or black archival board, black metal or pewter frame with archival backing board and plexiglass®
Limited Edition of 5 prints in this size.
13”x19” paper size prints an image area approximately 9.75”x14.5” with small black outlined border
 
$125.00 N/A  
22”x17” 
paper size prints an image area approximately
21”x16.5”
 
N/A N/A $750.00
28”x38” Matted with white or black archival board, black metal or pewter frame with archival backing board and plexiglass®
Limited Edition of 5 prints in this size.
 

 

Silver Prints:
Created from original negatives from small and medium format cameras these images are custom printed well-crafted full tonal range as allowed by the film and paper used to print them on. Silver prints are very popular among serious collector. These come from 8"x10" prints to 20"x24" prints. Older prints use Agfa®, Kodak® and Ilford® silver gelatin based photographic papers for fine Black & White photography. Prints made after 2000 use Ilford® Silver Gelatin papers.

Salt Prints:
Originally produced by Henry Fox Talbot in 1839, the salt print is known for its rich tonality, depth and texture. Today, Salt Prints are created using digital negatives that are contact printed onto hand coated paper in the same manner as it was done by Talbot. These prints come in various sizes depending on the camera format used to create the original image. Many of my salt prints are created with a pinhole camera. I use the Ilford Harmon TiTan 4x5 camera® and the Zero 612F multi format Pinhole camera.® The Ilford Harmon 4"x5" Pinhole camera is used with direct positive silver gelatin paper, which creates the positive image directly onto the paper without the need for a negative. These prints are one of kind images. In some cases, I may choose to scan the print in and create a salt print using a digital negative.

Platinum/Palladium Prints:
These prints are also part of the alternative processes prints available today through the digital negative technique. Platinum/palladium prints are made of the second most expensive metals after gold. Silver is the third. These prints are rich in tonality and offer a soft brownish tint thus creating a warm, richly toned print. These are available in various sizes.

Platinum/Palladium Prints:
These prints are also part of the alternative processes prints available today through the digital negative technique. Platinum/palladium prints are made of the second most expensive metals after gold. Silver is the third. These prints are rich in tonality and offer a soft brownish tint thus creating a warm, richly toned print. These are available in various sizes.

 

Notes:
I continue to follow my photographic passion with various workshops taught by some great masters in the field. I have the wonderful opportunity to attend workshops at the George Eastman House with Mark Osterman and Nick Brandreth, One and One workshops and International Center of Photography Workshops with Dan Burkholder and Adobe Lightroom workshops from Santa Fe Photography Workshops with Jullieanne Kost and Rick Rose.