I set high standards for my own print making and extend this service to you. Printing isn’t always straight forward, so I’m here to listen and customise each job to your needs, whether it’s for individual prints or a larger exhibition. Prints can be picked up in Reservoir, posted or drop-shipped for artists selling work online.
Prints are made with Epson fine art printers and pigment inks capable of museum standards. I typically use papers by Canson, Ilford and Hahnemuhle, with a range of my favourites kept in stock and others available as required. With my 44 inch printer, the maximum print size is 110cm wide by around 2m long.
My process is carefully colour managed with methods I have developed over time for accurate and pleasing results. Each image is individually checked and prepared for printing. Framing and stretching is available upon request. Online ordering is available but I find most people prefer to contact me directly!
Fine Art (Giclee) prints offer the finest materials, the most pleasing aesthetics and the highest archival life available. The look and feel of each paper is unique. Matte papers are available with a smooth or textured surface, truly free of surface reflections. Coated papers can have a satin or gloss like finish for an overall brilliance surpassing that of traditional prints.
My Canvas Fine Art prints are made from 100% cotton canvas which contains no artificial brightening agents like most other products on the market, which can lead to a loss of brilliance over time (I have personally verified this). The fine weave and pure white point make this canvas well suited for high resolution photographs or art reproductions of any kind. A matte varnish is applied for lasting protection. I return to this combination as my preferred choice after trying many other solutions.
My Premium Photo prints are the most cost effective solution, available in satin or gloss. Printed on resin coated photographic papers, the difference between these and my fine art prints comes down to the papers used. Premium photo prints have a similar look and feel to traditional film era photographic prints and are durable in the hand. As usual, I take care with each and every print to extract the most I can.