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I use digital photography to create high quality art prints.
The hand printed works that I sell at art fairs and in the web shop are meant to grace
people’s lives with a gesture they can appreciate and enjoy, in the widest sense of the word.

The physical print is the eventual work, an expression that is meant to be a print right from the start.
As an approach its creation is similar to the processes of lithography and etching
where a finalized image is only the design for the actual end-product.
The efforts of shooting and developing are only succesful when the created design
has the capacity to deliver a unique, individual work each time it comes alive as a print.

Viewing the prints

Publishing your work on a web site is to open it up to fast superficial consumption.
To provide you with an opportunity to discover the contents of the prints at a convenient pace,
I created ‘stationary’ galleries with a minimum of distraction.
Although actual prints contain dimensions that I can not show on screen, the web-images give quite a decent impression of
the work they represent.

Wherever you see a link in the top left of full screen images you can use it to go to a description and further product details in the shop.

Curious? Check out any of the current print series, in black and white: Monochromes and in color:  · Landscapes · City scapes and Village views · Architecture · Finds and Compositions

The web site has a pretty straightforward menu

  • the about page

    Has a few words that take me as close to an artist statement as I can get, the remainder gives you an idea how I view and conducyt my work.

  • Prints

    helps you to the slideshows of the open and limited editions that are currently up for sale.

  • the tab Work

    presents traditional photography, still shot for sake of beauty but -with some exceptions- not made as an in between step towards prints.
    The work is also displayed in galleries that alternate from time to time.
    Street photography is typically well represented and divided into sub-categories.

  • Projects and shoots

    Lets you in on random projects and assignments.

  • Blog posts

    I blog about anything real, interesting, useful or fun. I post news, background stories, work stories, exploration of visions what have you.
    Entries on practical knowledge of the trade are not for photograhers perse but to offer a bts view for anyone interested.


Note that all images here are copyrighted and that almost all images in the blog section are done by me. Wherever I use someone else’s images, credit is given to the originator. If I forgot I did not mean to, let me know and I will correct asap.


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* I print all prints by hand. When ordered through the web site a print is created on demand, I do not work in edition batches.
All prints come from an Epson Certified Printer that employs UltraChrome pigment based inks.
  These machines deliver an extremely high print quality that fully addresses the demands and needs of the contemporary photographic artist.
  For any print, limited editions and open editions alike, I use museum quality paper made by either Canson or Hahnemuehle. Actual choice of brand and type depends on image subject and artistic intent.
Read more about Materials, Technology and Ethics here