How to buy …

Every image you see on this site is available for purchase, framed or unframed. I am a master printer and for almost 20 years I've specialized in black-and-white photography. Whether you need a 7”x7” print for a small corner of your home, or a themed collection of 40” x 40” photographs for your corporate offices, I can meet your needs.

Everything I do, from capturing each image on a high-resolution Nikon DSLR to printing on the finest art papers, is done with care and to the highest archival standards. My printing paper of choice is Canson Infinity Platine Fibre Rag, a museum grade paper. My printer is an Epson 9880 professional printer, which I've filled with a special carbon pigment inkset designed for archival black-and-white printing.

The easiest way to purchase unframed photographs is through my Etsy store at There, you can pick a size and place your order securely. I will follow up within one business day. Depending on whether I'm home or traveling for work, I usually ship in 2 to 5 business days. Your print will be well protected inside a clear plastic sleeve, sealed inside a rigid cardboard mailer, and mailed via Canada Post.  

If you’re interested in a framed piece, get in touch via the contact form and tell me a bit about your needs. My current preference is to use a simple black metal frame, non-glare plexiglass, and 4-ply museum quality mat board. Once you make a selection, I will post your framed print on my Etsy store for you alone to purchase.


About me …

I'm a travel and landscape photographer who is lucky enough to live in beautiful Vancouver, Canada. I also get to travel around the world for my work as a corporate facilitator. While I was born on Canada’s east coast in Prince Edward Island, I've lived all over Canada before making the west coast my home.

My artistic influences include a variety of landscape painters and photographers, including Ansel Adams, Michael Kenna, David Fokos, Tom Thomson, and Lawren Harris.

My work has been exhibited at the National Press Club, the McMichael Gallery, and Vancity Credit Union, among other venues.