Print FAQs

Thank you for you interest in buying one of my limited edition prints. This page should answer the most common questions about what you’re buying and how the process works, but please do get in touch if you have any further questions.

Limited Edition?

All of my prints are sold in limited editions. This means that only a limited number of prints of each size will ever be produced. When you purchase one, you are buying an original piece of artwork. It will arrive signed and numbered by me, accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.


Giclée (pronounced zhee-clay) is a fine art digital printing process in which pigment-based inks are sprayed onto archival quality artist papers. Compared with digital C-type prints, giclée prints tend to have bolder colours, richer blacks and an artistic feel to the finish thanks to the texture of the paper used. Depending on the conditions in which they’re kept, they can also last significantly longer.

Process & Timescales

I ask that you allow 3 weeks for UK delivery from the date you place your order, and longer for overseas delivery. Each print is produced to order by Loxley Colour, a pro photo lab in Cumbernauld, Scotland, before being shipped to me. I then check the quality of the print, sign it and number it, before sending it on to you with its accompanying Certificate of Authenticity. While most orders should make it to you sooner, this time-frame allows for any hiccups.

Looking after your prints

Your prints are yours to do what you like with. Feel free to stick them to your wall with Blu Tac or store them in a dark, climate-controlled safe as you see fit! To keep them looking their best on your walls for as long as possible, however, I would recommend getting them professionally mounted and framed.