Print Info

 My fine art photographic prints are issued in two ways.  

The majority are as “open editions,” with print prices escalating as the edition sells and/or as time goes by. This pricing structure allows affordable options for those who purchase a series early on, while protecting the interests of collectors as prices rise over time. Essentially sought after prints limit themselves after an elevated price point is reached. 

And certain collections and photographs will be offered as “limited editions” – a set finite number of prints, usually 25 for the smallest size and 9 for the larger.  These also increase in price after 50% of the edition is sold and once the edition is sold out the image will be retired and no other prints will ever be made.   

Editions are primarily offered in two sizes that are most appropriate for the series, and those will be noted beside the image. Larger open edition sizes are available on a case by case basis depending on the subjective nature of the particular image.  All artwork is printed with the highest standards using museum archival inks and papers, acid-free archival mats, signed on lower right hand corner and come with a certificate of authenticity. All prints are personally printed by myself with meticulous care.

All artwork is carefully packaged in protective shipping boxes or tubes and shipped insured via Canada Post.

There is a lifetime warranty against colour fading and a 60 day 'try it out' warranty.  (If not completely satisfied for any reason you can return the piece(s) within 60 days for a full refund)


“The fine print is much more than a mere reproduction of an image.  It is the culmination of the inspiration and vision of the photographer.  It is the clearest, most direct and powerful form of the image and has the ability to move beyond words, ideas and concepts to touch and move the viewer in the most direct and immediate way.  In its highest form, the fine print can be a transparent vehicle, boldly communicating with whispers and suggestions of worlds previously unseen and unknown.  No other form of the image can convey as powerfully the subtleties, the presence and the luminosity which exists in the fine print.” – Christopher Burkett