Commissions & Projects

What you need to know... and contact me

The Process: 

1) send me an email with your ideas. I will contact you to discuss what you are looking for, make sure we are both on the same page and have clear expectations. I will then get back to you with a quote and predicted time of completion. 

2) Once you give the go-ahead you will be invoice a 50% deposit. As soon as I've received this payment and any other images/information required I will start work. 
This deposit is non-refundable. Commissioned pieces can take 3-6 weeks to complete.

3) I will create your unique piece as discussed. I will keep you involved in the process to make sure my work resonates with you. I will make all aesthetic decisions as this is a unique work in my evolving aesthetic style. I always seek to delve deeper into the subject and not create a photographic image, but something that resounds on many levels.
Not sure what this can look like? Scroll down and check out the examples below!

4) Once completed you will love the completed artwork ;-) We can discuss small tweaks that would make it even more perfect for you. 
The remaining balance is now due. If your commission requires shipping or pick up options, we can discuss this. Please note: shipping is an additional cost. 

You are now the proud owner of a unique piece of artwork!

Commission pieces are non-refundable. As an artist, I reserve the copyrights to all commissioned pieces and may use photos of the work to promote my business. If you have any questions regarding this, please don't hesitate to contact me and we can work through any concerns together. 

Need Ideas for that special piece?

How about: 

A portrait? Of your grandpa, your favorite auntie, your cat, your dog ...or yourself? 

A logo for your new enterprise? The wrapper design for your home made product? A poster for your event?

A painting of your special place (your home, your favourite holiday spot, the view...)

A cartoon of something funny that happened to your best friend? to you?

A mural for that boring wall that will make you smile every time you see it?