Buying and Giving Back

How to Buy a Print

Want to buy a print of any of the photos on the site? Simply click the BUY PHOTO button that appears on the bottom right of an image. You will get to choose from prints on paper, canvas, and even metal prints, all in a variety of sizes.

Depending on the photo and print size you select, you will may choose how you’d like the image cropped.

For prints on paper, when you go to the shopping cart, you can optionally click the button labelled FINISHING OPTIONS, where you can choose various framing and mounting options.

How I Give Back

I have had the great pleasure of providing pro bono photography services to more than 20 non-profit organizations since 2010. Here's a list of some of them: Adventure Theatre, Arlington Medical Reserve Corps, Bowen McCauley Dance,, Friendship Place, Iona Senior Services, Just Neighbors, PEN/Faulkner Foundation, Playworks, Recovery Program Solutions of Virginia, Science Buddies, Transitional Housing Corporation, United Communities Against Poverty, Urban Alliance.

To help support the good work they do, I donate 20% of the profit from my print sales to several of these organizations. I am currently sending the money to the following worthy non-profits. (Click an organization name to go to its web site to learn more.)

Friendship Place

“Friendship Place is the premier provider of housing services for people experiencing homelessness in the Washington DC region. Our innovative, customized, person-focused programs produce demonstrative and lasting results. We empower our participants to rebuild their lives, find homes, get jobs and reconnect with friends, family and the community, permanently.”

Urban Alliance

“Urban Alliance is building a diverse next-generation workforce by providing job skills training, mentoring, and paid internships to young people of color during high school. In partnership with over 200 employers, we level the playing field for young people of color by equipping them with the tools to overcome the systemic barriers preventing them from equitably accessing economic opportunity.”

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