It is commonplace nowadays that photography is only ever seen on a screen – a sign of the times and the ever-evolving technology around us. It is also not necessarily a bad thing, depending on your viewpoint. One side effect in my opinion is that the power to impress with physical prints has increased.
I take great pride and pleasure in the supply of artwork both for the home and businesses. It was where I began as a photographer, and the art for business side of my work remains an important part of what I do. The clients I deal with are usually looking to root themselves in a place; to make a link between an interior that may give no clues to its location and the surrounding area.
In recent years I have supplied artwork ranging from a sweeping panorama of the Newcastle Gateshead quayside installed as a back-lit canvas print, to over 200 framed prints for a new hotel in Gateshead, to a set of canvas prints for a London-based solicitors. Some clients pick from my existing portfolio of architectural and landscape imagery, and others commission their own shots. Either way, the shots will enhance the space within which they appear.
Follow the link on the right to visit my other website where a wide selection of prints are available to buy online, particularly photos of Newcastle and the North East of England. That site is aimed at customers looking to buy in small quantities, generally for use as gifts or around the home, but it is a great place to start if you’re a business looking for larger quantities. If you would like to discuss a bespoke solution please get in touch – quotes are free and I’m happy to visit your site to see the space you wish to display the artwork.
I typically supply artwork ready to hang by you, but have been known to get involved in the hard work of hanging! I am happy to quote for installation of larger orders if required.
Fine art prints for sale at North East Exposure View.