I offer a three types of commissioned work:

  1. Commission of your EQUINE, CANINE, or any other ANIMAL subject.
  2. Commission of your TAXIDERMY TROPHY.  Yes, I will recreate a portrait of your trophy deer, bear, moose, elk, etc.
  3. Commission of WILDLIFE.  This is based on the unique wildlife you may have hanging around on your property.  I often will spend a week with the owners, scouting, tracking, locating and photographing the trophy animals you know of.

*For equestrian barns or guided services I give permission for all professional photography taken to be used for all your advertising needs.

Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed. Period!

My studio schedule is usually committed months to a year or more in advance with shows, gallery work, and existing commissions.  It is important to schedule as quickly as possible.

I offer a completely customized package to ensure the highest possible quality and your complete satisfaction.  I travel to visit the subject as I prefer to be in the setting and get to know my subjects. Smaller subjects have traveled to see me.  I am a professional photographer and use professional camera equipment to take hundreds of photographs to ensure the best quality possible.  I focus on lighting, subject poses, setting (scenery) and character. I really want to capture the animals’ true spirit.

In-State commissions start at $1500.00

Out-of-State commissions start at $2500.00

Includes: Large canvas acrylic and mixed media painting.  This is all depending on customers’ size limitation and where the painting is going to be displayed.  All professional photography will be included on a disk for the use of advertisement and or family sharing.  


  1. Discussion and agreement on budget.  This will include the price of framing and shipping as well as traveling to visit the subject. 50% down is required.
  1. I'll send you the images and together we will choose which      images will fit your needs / digital images will then be released for the proposed artwork.
  2. Your commission will have a start date!
  3. If you'd like to see the artwork in process, I'll send photos of my progress; I often post these to Facebook and Instagram as well.
  4. Once the work is complete, you'll receive a photo of the final piece for approval. The other 50% is required before shipping.
  5. Decide on framing and shipping, and then I will have a crate custom-built for the artwork. Often, I will deliver myself.
  6. You'll receive and hang your new one-of-a-kind museum-worthy artwork!