Are all your prints signed? 

Yes, all of the prints are signed.  Additionally, most of the prints are limited edition prints. 

Don't see the size or frame you want? 

Custom sizing and framing is possible with most images. Additional shipping fees apply.  Please send me a message.  

Do you sell or ship outside of the U.S.?

International orders cannot be accepted on this site (I'm working on it). If you are interested in purchasing from outside the U.S., please send me a message

Are your photographs available for purchase in stores?

Currently, no. However, if you are an interested retailer, please let me know

What is your printing method?

All prints are giclée (jee-clay) printed, a method of fine art printing that uses archival pigment ink. The ink is applied to museum-quality, archival paper by high-resolution, digital inkjet printers. Unsigned prints are on Hahnemühle Rag Bright archival paper.  Signed and Limited Edition prints are on Canson Rag Photographique archival paper.  Both types of archival paper have a matte finish. 


Do you take commission requests? 

Yes. Please send details of your request. If you need to submit images as a part of your request, please email me at


What is your logo?

The red chop (or seal) is a carved rendering of my name in Chinese. Chinese chops have been used for centuries as a method of signing official documents, personal correspondences, as well as artwork. 

Why are they called "Potty Prints"? 

The smallest dimensions offered on this site are ideal for small spaces, like the potty.  I got the idea from my friend Brud, who has a terrific sense of humor.  Of course, they're also great for grouping with other small prints.