Frequently Asked Questions
How do I contact you?
You can drop me a line through the website. If you have a general photography question, the best way to contact me is to write on my wall at Facebook. Questions on Facebook can frequently turn into discussions and can be fun for all watching and participating. You can also call on the phone at 425.736.9692 but please realize I am a very small operation and may not be by the phone at all times. I promise to always get back to you within 1 day .
How do I order prints from your website?
At the bottom of each image in the gallery, click on the button "View Options and Prices." The directions should prompt you from there. If you have any difficulty, please feel free to contact me through the website or call me at 425.736.9692.
How much does shipping cost?
Shipping is included in the purchase price.
How soon will I receive my order?
I strive to deliver all print orders within ten working days. Matted and framed prints may take an additional five working days.
Is your website secure?
All payments are processed through Paypal using the most advanced encryption techniques available. I do not have access (and do not even want access) to your credit card information. All I need is your name and address to deliver it to.
Do you ever give my information to anyone else?
Do I have to order through the website?
Ordering through the website is the easiest and quickest way to purchase my art. I am happy to take phone and mail orders as well. Please contact me for more information.
How do I keep up to date with new offerings and events?
Becoming a fan on Facebook is a great way. You can also keep up to date by reading my blog on a regular basis. If you have a reader, you can subscribe to my blog through RSS. If you would prefer to receive updates by email, please drop me a line to join my email list (never shared with anyone else.)
Do you offer workshops or photowalks?
Not at this moment but they are definitely in the works. Stay tuned for more information.
What is the best camera?
The one you are carrying with you. Seriously, pick a camera you can carry with you all the time. Do you really want to carry $10,000 worth of camera gear around or can you get by with a little less. Cameras do not create great photos, photographers do. Period! End of Story! I'm getting off my soapbox now.