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I had a one-person show of my photographs at the International Bluegrass Music Museum in Owensboro, KY, running from June, 2008 through June, 2009. To see the gallery and exhibit, click here. inkjet prints are printed exclusively on archival paper stock, using only archival-grade pigment-based inks. With proper care, the expected life of these prints will equal or exceed that of conventional photographic prints.

For maximum life without fading, any print (inkjet or otherwise) should be framed under UV-filter glass and over-matted with, and mounted to, 100% cotton rag acid-free mat boards. Archival cloth tape or polyester corners are best for attaching your print to the backing board. These materials are available at any good artists’ supply store.

You can order archival mats and other supplies from Light Impressions® online at For more information about archival standards for inkjet and conventional photo-graphic prints, visit