A Transition to Aluminum Prints.

Up until recently I have offered my photography to collectors as pigment in prints on cotton rag paper.  Prints were then framed under anti-reflection, UV light protective glass.

I am now transitioning into offering my work with the process of Dye Sublimation Onto Aluminum.

I am making this change for a number of reasons, first and foremost, because the process is extraordinary at capturing my images with accuracy, depth, sharpness, color saturation and impact.  It is like no other process I have ever seen and you have to see it to appreciate my reasons for making this change.  Since the image is actually sublimated INTO the aluminum it displays a certain quality of depth that I have never witnessed in the reproduction of my work.

In addition it is light weight, easy to handle and a breeze to hang.  Being that it is so much lighter than traditionally framed artwork, it is safer, easier and less expensive to ship which for me and my clients is a huge plus.

And speaking of my clients, they are very excited with this new presentation.  I had been getting a lot of requests for a new, more up to date method of displaying my work and this is my answer.


Sublimation onto metal is a new, cutting edge, way to reproduce an image. Sublimation itself is the process of going from a solid to a gas, back to a solid -