Many of my images can be purchased as archival quality fine art prints. If I have already made prints of an image, it will likely be listed in my online shop. However, if I haven't yet made prints of an image, it likely won't be in my shop. If you find an image you want a print of and it's not in my online shop, get in contact with me and I'll let you know if it's possible. Learn more about my different print options (current and past) below.  
Medium Size (MLE)
Printed image generally around 12”x18” and matted to 18"x24".
Currently printed in my studio on Epson Legacy Etching paper (an archival matte paper) using Epson SureColor P900 printer.
Generally limited to 5 prints. 
Includes certificate of authenticity.

Printed image generally around 8”x12” and matted to 12"x16".
Currently printed in my studio on Red River Palo Duro Softgloss Rag paper (an archival semi-gloss paper) using Epson SureColor P900 printer.
Number of prints not limited.


I had taken something from the land, as we all do when venturing out into our nation’s shared landscape. Whether harvesting an animal or stringing a rope along a rock face, catching a fish or slashing a muddy bike track down a slope, we all make a mark when we step into these places – we all take some small part of them for our own. These are our lands, after all, but with that common ownership comes a collective responsibility and a mandate to give something back. – Mark Kenyon, That Wild Country
We are showered every day with gifts, but they are not meant for us to keep. Their life is in their movement, the inhale and the exhale of our shared breath. Our work and our joy is to pass along the gift and to trust that what we put out into the universe will always come back. – Robin Wall Kimmerer, Braiding Sweetgrass
This is our work, to discover what we can give. Isn’t this the purpose of education, to learn the nature of your own gifts and how to use them for good in the world? – Robin Wall Kimmerer, Braiding Sweetgrass
These quotes were a big inspiration for me to figure out a way to use my photography to give back, and GSB images/prints are one way I have come up with to give something back and do good. For GSB images/prints, my goal is to find an entity that I would like to donate to that is somehow tied to an image (or images) that I captured. If this entity could somehow use a print of an image to bring in some money (through an auction, raffle, etc.), then I will donate a print to them.
For GSB images, I will typically make a single medium limited-edition print of that image that will be donated to an entity. I may or may not make/sell open edition prints of that image. This will likely evolve over time and vary from opportunity to opportunity, so details for each opportunity will be provided as they happen. I'm excited to see how this goes and evolves over time!

I attempted fine art printing and sales for short period in 2019 and 2020 when I was living in Oklahoma City. Thus, I am calling prints from this time period my Oklahoma City Editions. Only certain images will have these. The "Images with Editions" file linked below will indicate which images have these editions. 

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If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in contact with me.
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