If you cannot make it to London, Ontario for a personal consultation, you can purchase online through Fine Art America (FAA). This is the best way to provide you with prints of my images online because FAA:
  • has proven to me that they are fast and provide high quality, colour-matched images.
  • provides product at very competitive pricing (but keep in mind that shipping is extra).
  • provides a wide range of framing options, or you can order an unmounted print and frame it locally.
  • offers a guarantee that extends to 30 days, for any reason.
You can view by Gallery with the dropdown links, or simply browse all images below. A secure shopping cart is also provided, if you decide to purchase. Here is a quick outline of what you’ll find in each Gallery:

Altered States - It could be argued that even a chimpanzee armed with Photoshop® can turn out works of art from simple photographs. I like to think that the images on this page reflect a bit more skill than monkeyshines, but nevertheless, I’ve definitely taken liberties with reality. In some cases, I’ve taken a black and white image and coloured it. Others involve combining normal, under and over-exposed images from the same scene to get a surrealistic effect. Some may be layered multiple images from disparate sources. Yet others started out as perfectly normal photographs now modified with intense colour, exposure extremes or a heavier-than-usual hand in the paint effect department. However you view them, these images veer off course a little. Hence the moniker “Altered States”.

Black and White Groupings - Square Format - Designed to be printed mainly in small sizes, these are intended to be displayed in groups, such as 3 across by 3 down, but are excellent as standalone individual pieces.

Colour - Thanks to the availability of wide-carriage digital inkjet printers, images as large as life can now be printed in brilliant colour on artist’s canvas or archival paper. To take advantage of that, I am pleased to offer beautiful prints, many with ‘painterly’ effects applied to the original photographs.

Monochrome - So what’s the difference between black & white and monochrome? Not much, except monochrome extends the boundary from just shades of neutral grey to shades of a single colour (like sepia toning). In this category, I have included both, and offer them in large format and in their original aspect ratio (ie. not cropped square as with the Black and White Groupings).