Many photographers auto fulfill print orders via online services.
We believe an open edition print is one of the most important aspects of a photographer’s career. It is a tangible representation of how that photographer sees the world. The open edition print should not have ANY relation to something mass-produced.
We also feel that you – the buyer, should be an integral part of the open edition print purchase. This open edition print will become a center piece of discussion wherever you choose to display it.
With this in mind, our open edition print process is not a turn-key, off the shelf solution. It is a custom experience.
We specifically work with you to create a piece of art that not only reflects your style, but integrally fits within the decor of where you are going to install it.
Architecture matters. A fine art photographic print enhances your space. It helps to further refine your decor choices. It becomes part of your interior design. We help you choose an open edition print style that reflects you.
Because our open edition prints are custom, we can offer a large variety of finishes, products and styles. We create your open edition print directly from a dialogue. That print is custom tailored specifically to you.
Sizes are custom as well. Do you need your open edition print to be exactly 12 x 36 inches? Setup to hang vertically? Not a problem. Any size in 1 inch increments works for us.
Don’t see the exact subject matter you want on one of our websites?
That isn’t a problem either. Jay’s current catalog contains 200,000 plus photos. This gives you access to any photo Jay has taken with exception of his limited edition print series already found in this store.
Price is based on each individual project, but we look for value in each order. Open edition prints on traditional photographic paper cost as little as $150 and rise from there.
EVERY open edition print that we produce is hand signed and dated by Jay himself. No engrained watermark signatures. No mass produced stamps. All original, each and every time. Our focus is the craft itself.