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I create high quality art prints with tools and techniques of digital photography.
I develop and print every item myself, by hand. That way
I know that the work that I release to grace your personal or professional space is a true
and well executed gesture.


An example of my art in a random homeAnother one of my prints in a random home


A word about the web images

When you shoot and develop with the print in mind,   a finished digital image is merely an instruction set for the printer,  a bit like an analog negative. Bespoke variations of a negative,   keep the expression true (as true as possible) on different destinations;   like relevant paper types and electronic display.

The examples on the site are web versions, adapted ‘negatives’ that load quickly on our screens.   Although web images are considerably less refined,   they offer a decent to good representation of a printed work.

Another thing to keep in mind is that printed work absorbs and reflects light.    This inherent physical feature gives expressions in ink on textured paper a distinct quality.   Actual prints have a depth and dimensions that are alas -or fortunately-,   impossible to reproduce on screens.

Modern brushes, familiar process

My approach is a bit like traditional disciplines like the darkroom or etching;
you only know in the end if you pulled off what you aimed for.
The entire workflow towards a single item or a series,
is only successfull when the negative is able to deliver unique,
individual pieces each time it gives life to a print.

Explore the site

Galleries · Images · Prints The prints in the shop

Stationary galleries help you to view material at your own pace.
Select full screen display to minimize distraction or to navigate
to the image in the shop.

When an image is available in the shop, a link appears above its fullscreen display.
The link takes you into the shop where you can read relevant
print and purchase information as well as details about the image itself.

tab descriptions

  • Statement

    Takes you as close to an artist statement as I can manage and gives you an idea how I view and conduct my work.

  • Prints and Work

    The ‘Prints’ link helps you to available open and limited editions while ‘Other Work’ offers photography not perse shot for any form of publication or reproduction.
    The section for Street photography is typically well represented and divided into sub-categories. The ‘Projects and shoots’ section showcases random projects and assignments.

  • Blog

    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 offer a bts view for anyone interested.


Note that all images here are copyrighted and that almost all images in the blog section are mine too. Wherever I use someone else’s work, credit is given. Let me know if you found something I should correct.


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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

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