Giclée Printing

Giclée is the gold standard when it comes to producing high quality prints, using inkjet technology to capture incredible precision and richness. The term "Giclée" comes from the French word for "spray," referring to the way the printer deposits ink to paper. This technique allows for a higher resolution and a wider colour gamut than traditional printing methods.

Archival Inks

Archival inks are specially formulated to stand the test of time, designed not only for superior colour performance and sharpness but also for exceptional durability. Unlike regular inks, archival inks resist the effects of sunlight and environmental factors, preventing fading degradation. They're also non-hazardous, toxin-free and eco-friendly.

Fine Art Paper

After a lot of research and testing, I fell in love with premium fine art paper. This is a 200 GSM substrate which features a matte finish and light texture that enhances the depth and intensity of each print. The weight and texture of the paper give a luxurious feel, and provide the perfect canvas for archival inks to do their magic. And just like my frames, all paper is FSC® certified, produced using pulp from sustainably managed forests. 

Matte paper minimises glare, finger prints and smudging, while maximising detail, vibrancy and contrast. While this isn't the industry standard for photography (which is usually printed on bright white, high gloss lustre paper), it's the favoured stock for galleries and B&W imagery. But just as with art, paper preference is subjective! If you ever want to chat alternative paper options, feel free to email me any time.