If you'd like to have a custom piece commissioned, get prints in your shop or have any other questions, please fill out the form below...

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What's the process for getting a custom piece started?

Honestly, the best way to start is to fill out the form above or clicking here and emailing me your idea. 

Are your materials museum-grade archival?

Yes. The papers and matting I use are some of the finest in the world, mainly from producers like Moab, Strathmore, and Hahnemuhle. I source frames from a few different producers but if you follow me you know I like to keep them hardwood, gallery-style. Lastly, the glazing I use is always real 2.5mm artglass (unless it's a piece that's larger than 24x36, in which case I'll use acrylic). UV and anti-reflection options are also available upon special request. 

What if I see a piece you did on Instagram and want to get something similar?

Easy,  just email me. 

What Charities does GBO support?

One of the reasons I started monetizing GBO is so that I could support national foundations and local charities that are close to me. Just during the pandemic alone, we were able to raise over two thousand dollars (through print sales) for the Bandon Caddie Relief Fund and local restaurants here in North San Diego County. I've also created pieces where the proceeds have benefited the MGA FoundationThe Long Island Caddie Scholarship, The Bridge Golf Foundation, Fairways for Freedom (supporting injured veterans), the CSNK2A1 Foundation (supporting Okur-Chung Neurodevelopmental Syndrome), Pockets of Light, and Fore the Ladies.

What kinds of objects do you photograph?

Oh man, clients have sent me so many different things. I would say matchbooks are my personal favorite pieces to create but have done pencils, tees, ball markers, cassette tapes, letters, handwritten notes, CDs, booklets, culinary items, rare coins, hot sauce bottles, cocktails, scorecards, journals, clothing, candles, fishing gear...to name a few. Put it this way, not too many things are off-limits...