Welcome! Below are the corners of frames you've found in the examples within each photographs' gallery. I LOVE frames. A frame allows you to focus on the art. It is a visual barrier between your home and the art you love, between the world's clutter and your visual paradise. Okay, that's a bit "out there" but it is true.
I believe your frame does not need to match your home or office. A frame needs to suit the artwork. The only requirement for the artwork, for that matter, is that you love it. The art will look great in any setting so long as you are in love with it.
That said, a great frame is one that makes a subtle statement and lend themselves well to any environment.. The one's I've selected look great everywhere. The world of frames (mouldings) is quite large. While these are my selections, if you have something else in mind, I will help you find the perfect fit. Just send me a query using one of the forms at the bottom of each page.
There are two ways to get your collected photograph framed/mounted.
1. Recessed Mount or frameless mount. These float about 3/4" off your walls and look super clean, modern, minimalistic. I recommend sizing your artwork to fit the space it will be in snuggly or the work will look a bit like an island. A lonely island.
2. Framed with a liner, or framed without. I love linen liners. The really help you step into the photograph, completing the 'through the window' experience you get with my artwork. I prefer 1", 3", and 5" liners in white, black, or off white colors.