Category Archives: Fine Art America

California Coastal Series: Big Sur

After years of false starts, numerous uncounted hours spent scanning negatives and countless hours editing in Photoshop, I am pleased to announce that the first part of the California Coastal Series, featuring images from the Big Sur region, has been published here on These images represent powerful compositions in monochrome and color, as each image attempts to capture the terrible beauty of coastal California. Please take a moment to visit the gallery page. If you have any questions concerning exhibits and print sales, please contact me through the contact formFramed fine art prints are available at

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A Guide to Paper Selection

Back in September I assisted a client with her first purchase of one of my prints, Acadia Sunrise, through Fine Art America. With the client being in New York City we were able to setup a consultation meeting where I walked her through the process of selecting a frame, mat and paper for the image. During the consultation the client raised several questions about paper selections (as there are several available through Fine Art America), specifically which paper would be best to display behind glass, which paper was best suited for an image characterized by intense color and contrast, and which paper would be best in a room that receives a lot of light.

I explained the difference in printing papers and what to consider when making a selection. Some papers have a have a warm or cold hue that affects the overall tone of the image, while others have finishes that affect contrast and/or brightness.

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