Here you’ll find a compilation of the most frequently asked questions. If there’s something you want to know which isn’t here, please do just drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
As a designer and photographer I have a strong knowledge of the print process, therefore all my small-large orders I print myself, in my studio in William Street. This ensures the colours are perfect and allows me to test large format prints before I send them into production.
All my photographs are printed on Ilford Smooth Cotton Rag Fine Art paper. This stock leads the way for professional fine art printing. It’s beautiful texture enhances the already grainy style of my imagery, making the print more of an artwork than a photograph.
I do not release master files to the public, however you can request privately for a collaboration or to discuss a digital licensing agreement.
My framing is done at specialist framing factories globally. I've vetted and tested every framer I use to ensure a premium and quality controlled process over the years to guarantee beautiful results.
Artglass is a UV protected and non-reflective glass which means no garish lights or bright sun will appear on your framed artworks. It also protects your print to stay in good knick for longer.
Unless you are framing your print yourself, it’s best to avoid handling the print yourself. It’s a precious stock and you might get a mark on it before it gets to it’s final resting place. Take it to a professional, or use special gloves for handling artwork.
Even if you choose Artglass, it’s always smart to keep your artwork in a spot where it’s not being beaten by the elements. This will improve the lifespan of your print and reduce the chance of glare. There's a reason that art galleries are so cold. The cooler, the better.
As far as placement goes, you can read more about what we recommend in our guide.