How do I commission something?

Please read the commissions section.

Are your works archival?

Yes.  All materials (papers, canvas, inks etc.) are archival quality.  They are literally the highest quality (and most expensive) materials money can buy.

Do you have a favorite project?

Always the one I am lucky enough to be working on right now.

Can you send me digital images that I can print on my end?

No. In general, I release only printed materials on canvas and paper to keep extremely high standards for quality in place.

Can you frame, mount, mat etc. your work for me?

Yes.

What materials do you use?

I tend to favor gallery wrapped canvases for their clean, modern look.  However, I do also use paper at times as well if it fits with the overall goals of a project.

Can I use your work in my blog/magazine/article etc.?

Please see the Licensing and Image Use section.

I’d like to do an interview with you, can you oblige?

Most likely yes, but that depends on how busy I am. Contact me for details.

How do you create your art?

Think of it as a combination of digital photography, graphic design, freehand drawing, and digital art.  Good music is usually also a critical component of any project.

How long have you been working on this?

At least 14 years.

Where do your ideas come from?

Anywhere and everywhere.  Sometimes I will focus a project on a specific subject matter, but even then, there is no “standard recipe” that I use to create things.

What is your favorite color?

All of them, but I like blue and red.  Maybe that has something to do with Ferrari (Formula 1) and Yamaha (MotoGP).

Who is your biggest artistic influence?

So many people.  Dale Chihuly and Jackson Pollock are obvious choices, but some of the modernist architects as well, such as Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.  As far as attitude about life goes I tend to favor the stoic approach and really like how Kimi Raikonnen and Valentino Rossi think.