Fine Art Photography...at the highest end...that is my goal.
It’s one I’ll aspire to and never quite meet.
Adam’s, Yarrow, Brandt, to name a few, will always be the ghosts I chase.
But...if what you see here...to quote my first real hero in photography, David Yarrow...If what you see here grabs you and then holds you then it will be my great honor to have a “Cannon” hang on your wall.
Working with the best
Adam Devotka, at Bowhaus studio Los Angeles...the best in the business gave me the great honor of allowing me to be a client.
Everything they do, throughout the process, from the retouching of images, bringing everything out of every image they produce, to the paper, the matting, the framing, is as good as it gets, and you don’t have to take my word for it.
Some of the greatest photographers in the world, two of which are mentioned above, trust their work to BowHaus.
It’s my job to get you to them.
Once that’s done, we’re home free.
Getting it right
The identification and purchase of the image comes after many steps. If at anytime during the process you just to talk it through, you will have my phone number.
Once you have selected an image or two, we will then want to know everything we can about where you plan to hang it.
What’s the wall size? What dimensions are you thinking? What’s the available light in that area?
Send us a picture of the wall and we’ll do a mockup of the finished/framed image on that wall and send it back to you. Here are a few examples of what our mockups look like.
You drive the bus
From there it’s “what do you think?”
There’s never a rush and you are always in control.
Once we have your final approval, it’s off to BowHaus for production.
The process from our day one to installation is typically 6-8 weeks.
The Maasai have a saying...”Haraka Haraka Haina Baraka”, which translates, “Hurry Hurry has no blessing”.
Which is to say, “All good things in time”.
I look forward to our journey together and I'm honored you are looking to #ownacannon.
If you are interested in a print, head over to the Gallery, select the print you are interested in, then submit a Print Inquiry. After that, Steve will be in touch.