Thrilled to have printed this beautiful show for Lindsay Linton. Her soft palette combined with a body in motion seemed the perfect fit for Hahnemühle Bamboo 290 (90% bamboo fibers and 10% cotton) 280gsm (matte) paper. Spectacular framing treatment by Shadow Box Shop. Loved going full production with such extraordinary women!

Opening 5/23/12

8:00 p.m. doors, 9:00 p.m. performance.

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First round of proofs!










Beautiful mounting to white sintra care of Shadow Box Shop production team!

Everybody Needs Someone, Aging Out of Foster Care Project is an important work by Salaam Garage  (advocacy journalism, citizen journalism, humanitarian media, or documentary film and photography. Members create stories to help cause positive social change by helping the small organizations who are solving the world’s biggest problems and injustices.  We (FIS) are so proud to be printing for the June 23rd Museum Exhibition at the Long Island Children’s Museum (LICM). From Salaam Garage: Removed from their birth parents for abuse, neglect or abandonment, foster kids typically grow up in various foster families and group homes.  Those homes may last for as little as a few days or as long as a few years, but they rarely provide enough stability to ground kids with the education and skills they need to start out on their own.
When these children turn 21, they officially “age out” of foster care. That means they’re no longer entitled even to minimum room and board from the foster care system. All of a sudden, they have to fend for themselves. Nationwide, about 20,000 of the 542,000 children in foster care “age out” each year. Five percent of them – about 1,100 young adults – are left on their own in the New York City area.

This project will culminate in a book, a website, an exhibition and family workshops. For more information and to give (and receive some killer thank you gifts)  please visit the KICK STARTER page!

And please spread the word!

For this project we will be printing on Moab Lasal Photo Matte 230 gsm and Tyvek for ink jet. We are partnering up with Shadowbox Shop (SBX) framing in Brooklyn to deliver some beautiful prints and slick mounts from SBX. Love the love!


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Congrats to Colorado based photographer and Fiber Ink Studio client Michael Greig for winning Gold and Silver Image Awards from B&W Magazine (2/11) and B&W and Color Magazine (4/12)

We love printing for Michael on Ilford Galerie Gold Fiber Silk 310gsm. His amazing blues musicians series seems just right on this paper. With the look and feel of traditional baryta photo paper, its rendering of both black & white + color images and wide color gamut for vivid images it seemed a perfect choice for Michael’s work.

Congrats Michael!



















We are super excited to have printed for the extraordinary Aagoo Records on two fantastic projects!

Firstly, a limited edition box set (200 sets)  by France’s Philippe Petit which features 3 pieces of vinyl, 3 silk screened sleeves and 3 signed and edition pigment prints of artwork by Christopher Schade and Zoe Pettijohn Schade. 

We also printed a limited 50 pieces for the Italian / Brooklyn band Father Murphy with art by Aagoo’s own Alec Dartley.

For both projects we printed on Moab Lasal Photo Matte 230 gsm which resulted in some spectacular color depth.

You can check out both Petit and Father Murphy out now on US tours. See Aagoo site for details and dates. Be prepared to have your mind and ears blown away.










We recently had the pleasure of printing for talented, young photographer Valerie Chiang. Her soft, dreamy palette printed beautifully on Cranes Museo Max 365 gsm (matte).  Check out her work recently featured in Vogue Girl Korea.  Valerie is one to watch!




















Fiber Ink Studio is proud to be printing for this cool photo project by R.I. media artist Andrew Goodman.  His unique image-making process called “marteaugraphy” – a photo-based technique using a Light Hammer. Early generations of these tools were purely analogue and required photo paper and dangerous chemicals to create images. This project seeks to construct a new generation of Light Hammer that will combine digital photography and advanced electronics to create a purely digital process.

Check out his KickStarter Page and sponsor for some photo love. We will be printing archival pigment prints for backers of $25 and over.











Photo artist Reed Sayre showing at Fifth Dimension, H&H Building, 405 W. Franklin St, Baltimore MD. Opening of FEEL – February 25th.

We made this beautiful piece at 44″ x 51″ on Epson Premium Luster 250gsm for Reed. Gorgeous sea of red and white titled: Blood and Hair.






The American Society of Media Photographers is the premier trade association for the world’s most respected photographers. ASMP is the leader in promoting photographers’ rights, providing education in better business practices, producing business publications for photographers, and helping to connect purchasers with professional photographers. ASMP, founded in 1944, has nearly 7,000 members and 39 chapters.

Fiber Ink Studio along with Calumet Photographic and Shadowbox Framing sponsored the 2012 ASMPNY Fine Art Portfolio Reviews. A terrific line up of amazing and accomplished reviewers along with information about event can be found here.











Ohio Dominican University’s Wehrle Art Gallery recently closed the exhibition, A Retrospective by Linda Adele Goodine (from November 4, 2011 – January 5, 2012).

This exhibit offered a 30 year retrospective (1982-2012) with 50 large photographic murals from the artist’s work created in the Panhandle of Florida, the Gulf of Mexico, New Zealand, and the Everglades.

Way back when Adele was my teacher and Department Head at Herron School of Art and Design. She rocked my visual world, showed me Diane Arbus, Brassaï and unleashed fine art photography on me, and my eyes have never been the same. Congratulations to Adele on this HUGE accomplishment of 30 years of photographic work.   Please visit her beautiful website for more images.

Need an amazing framer? Someone who listens to what you imagine for your work, then uses her expert knowledge and intuition to tweak it to go beyond your expectations?

Check out this gorgeous spline work created for one of my photographs.

Jennifer Kahrs owns and hand crafts over at Shadowbox in Park Slope, Brooklyn – her contact is

Shadowbox offers a range of fine art services. Specialities include art production design, hand finished splined frames, period frames, installation and crating.

Fiber Ink Studio confidently refers our clients to Jennifer.  She is the best and we are thrilled to work with her. Now what else can I get framed..?