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Very happy to share with you the news that a selection of my images are now available as fine art prints that you can order online and have delivered directly to you.
To offer the highest quality, I have partnered with master printer Richard Jackson, of Hance Editions, who has over 30 years of experience crafting some of the finest photographic prints.
It is our aim to bring to you museum-quality prints that will find a special place in either your private collection, home, or even your place of work.
You can view the available images in this gallery and click on an image to reveal your size and pricing options. Follow the instructions to order and arrange delivery for your fine art print.
Exquisite photography, curated with you in mind.
We at HanceEditions have created an experiential gallery for all ranges of viewers, whether you are a beginning or seasoned collector, designer or photo enthusiast; we think you will be intrigued to browse and learn about our community of extraordinary photographers, explore the collaborative process of masterful prints and lastly, be an informed collector of exquisite photography.
We are passionate about our photographers, even more so, about our prints.
We pride ourselves on the printing legacy of our master printer/co-founder, Richard Jackson, celebrating over 30 years of creating museum quality prints for world-renowned photographers and institutions alike.
We are dedicated to long lasting archival prints, as well as, long lasting relationships with our photographers and collectors.
This is achieved through our collaborative print making process, working closely with our artists, translating their vision to print. Unique images deserve hands on attention, our prints are handmade and never come anywhere near an assembly line.
HanceEditions was created by and for photographers.
With over thirty years of combined experience in the industry, we actually live and breathe photography. From the darkroom to behind the camera, we get it. Co-founders Marielle Wilkes and Wesley Bernard, both working design professionals, have a vast understanding of art as commerce. Not only how much goes into making a great photograph, but also it’s worth.