Do you print yourself or use a company?
I use a UK-based company as my print shop. They make high quality giclée art prints at great prices. Whenever I get an order I send them the product and shipping details. They print and ship your order directly to you.
Are your prints high quality? What material do you print on?
I print on professional-quality paper made by Hahnemüle in Germany. They’ve been producing paper for over 400 years! This paper has a smooth finish, making it ideal for professional art prints. Hahnemühle Photo Rag is a thick and heavy-weight paper, weighing at 308gsm. For comparison, a standard invitation or card is only 260gsm.
I want to buy an artwork at a certain size. Can I do this?
Sure. Just contact me with details of which artwork, what size you would like it printed at, and your shipping location (country and zip code). With this information I will give you a quote for printing and shipping.
Shipping & Production
How long does it take to make my order?
It typically takes 3-5 business days for the print shop to prepare, print and ship your order.
How long does shipping take?
Shipping typically takes 5-7 business days, though delivery time is not guaranteed.
Do you ship to my country?
Most likely! The print shop I use ships internationally with the British Royal Mail. Any location they can ship, I can ship.
Charity & Conservation
Like many artists who paint and explore the natural world around us, I don’t wish to see it disappear or be destroyed. It’s common – to the point of being cliché – for an artist to work hand in hand with conservation and charity groups. However, it is important for issues to be bought to public attention and addressed.
That is why I am donating 10% of all profits from this website towards charities such as Mental Health Foundation, the Australian Zoo Conservation Project and Royal Life Saving Society Queensland.
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