We could fill you with a bunch of fluff about how Jeremiah realized his gift for landscape photography during a long and arduous developmental stage, using only advanced, seldom-used processes that he learned from Scottish monks high in the Himalayan Alps desert while subsisting on only roasted beetles and wild radish root; but the truth is that he just loves photography and takes some fantastic photos – perfect for enhancing any home or commercial property:)  So what are you waiting for?  Browse the galleries and pick a few fine prints for yourself.  You’ll be glad you did!



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The Artist

  • 15 years of landscape photography experience
  • Southern Utah based
  • Both digital and large format film

I love to capture and create bold images, with great color.  Light can change a scene into so many different things.

Photo Paper Prints

Luster prints are among the more popular printing mediums.  The paper is of archival quality, mimimum glare, and is somewhat economical.

Metallic prints are bold.  The paper gives greater depth to the colors and has a slight metallic sheen.  The paper is more glossy than the Luster, increasing the potential for glare.  The cost of this paper is slightly higher than that of the luster prints.

Super Gloss prints are my favorite.  The colors are deep and the contrast really pops.  The downside is that there is a slight “orange peel” effect when they are mounted and framed, but in my opinion it is worth it.  This is the most expensive paper we have images printed on.  The cost is significantly higher than the luster prints.

Metal Prints

Metal prints are a fabulous way to accent any living area.  They have a modern look and feel and can be hung with or without a frame.  There is also a classy option that incorporates aluminum posts in mounting the image to the wall. These prints are available in both gloss and matte finishes.  The material used is aluminum Dibond.

Acrylic Prints

Acrylic prints are sure to stand out in any application.  The material used is essentially a 1/8″ or 1/4″ plexi-glass.  The prints can be printed directly to the back of the acrylic, or printed on photo paper or metal and face-mounted to the back of the acrylic.  These are most commonly mounted with the aluminum posts, but there are other hanging options as well.

Framing Options

For framing your prints in the Southern Utah area, I recommend Arte’ Gallery & Framing in St. George.

For framing your prints in the Northern Utah area, I recommend Alpine Art in Salt Lake City. 

For prints outside of Utah, we are happy to work with you to offer you some great framing options.  Just contact us to do so.

Canvas prints can often be displayed as a gallery wrap which does not require custom framing.


Super Gloss prints are among the most striking prints available.  The colors are deep and the highlights pop.  While these prints are certainly more expensive, they will provide you with the wall piece you have always wanted.