Many people avoid giving art as a gift because it is personal and subjective – but then so are a lot of other gifts. Giving art may seem a bit scary, but it is one of the most original, thoughtful and fun things you can give someone. Giving art is always much more meaningful than electronics or clothing, and it lasts a lifetime instead of wearing out or breaking. Your gift also supports a local artist, allowing her/him to keep creating new work and bringing something beautiful into the world.
If you’d like to give the gift of art this holiday season, I have prints available in many sizes and price points – custom sizes can be arranged for some images – and I’d be happy to help you arrange framing or mounting in time for December.
Browse prints by clicking on the galleries to the right >
I still have a few copies of my limited edition photo book, Sides Streets & Roads Less Travelled, available. Each numbered and signed book was printed in Vancouver on premium paper and features over 50 of my images. There are only 25 of these in existence, making them unique gifts for someone who enjoys photography and travel – or the perfect addition to your collection if you enjoy my work but don’t have room on your walls for a print.