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I employ the latest technology and finest materials to produce museum-quality fine art prints.

Prints on Canson Baryta Photographique 310gsm. Photography by Ian Bickerstaff



I use an Epson 7890 which produces ultra-high resolution prints up to 24" wide. Epson's UltraChrome K3 inks with vivid magenta offer a wide colour gamut with deep blacks and make difficult tones easy to reproduce. These are pigment inks with a resin coating on each particle to produce prints with an even gloss and high durability across a wide variety of media. K3 inks have a lightfast rating of up to 108 years for colour and over 200 years for black and white, making them ideal for fine art applications.

Print on Hahnemühle German Etching 310gsm. Original artwork by Annalie Turner

I stock a range of archival papers from Canson, Ilford, and Hahnemühle. All papers are certified acid-free and designed to meet the requirements of galleries and museums. You can learn more about the papers I use here.

I use custom ICC profiles to ensure my prints are of the highest quality and accuracy.


If you are planning to sell your work via a retail outlet or gallery, I can supply acid-free packaging materials and certificates of authenticity to go with the prints.


I also operate a print-on-demand service for artists interested in selling their prints online or by order. This is a more cost-effective way for artists to sell their work as it requires minimal initial expense - you only print what you sell.

I can receive files digitally via the upload form below or any common file-transfer service. 300ppi tiff files are preferred but not essential. I assess all files prior to printing, so I'll let you know if there are any problems with your file which might affect print quality. 


I can ship prints to anywhere in Australia. Proofs and test prints are available at minimal cost.

Please email me if you'd like to see my pricelist.

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