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Who prints your images? 

We work with Luke Wagner and Full Gamut printing services or all prints in Southern Australia and Fine Art Printing by Tom for all prints for Northern Australia. Both are based in Hobart and Sydney respectively with decades of experience in both printing and framing. They both work with the highest quality printers, inks and papers. You can rest assured they'll print your order as if it was their own.


Turn around time for the prints? 

Prices are based on AUSTRALIA WIDE shipping rates.

Please allow 5 - 7 days from the order being processed to dispatch for your prints. Delivery times may vary based on your location. Usually it's 3 - 5 days to most locations in Australia with tracking on all deliveries. If there's any delay in getting the order to you we'll be sure to let you know. 


International orders? 

I'm more than happy to ship worldwide. For postage and delivery times, email me directly and I'll let you know the shipping costs. 


Print sizes?

You'll find the images have a range of preset sizes for prints. These have been selected to ensure the best quality reproduction based on the EXIF data from the image. Basically it means the best resolution for that image and how it will appear on paper. I want to ensure you get the best reproduction with each image so unfortunately not all prints have King Kong sizing potential!


What about framing? 

Framing is possible. The costs incurred will vary based on materials, but i'm more than happy to take care of that for you. Email me for the the particulars and we can go from there. 


What is Only in Tokyo?

It's a book co-authored by myself and fellow chef / Japan-fan Michael Ryan. We've compiled a bunch of places that personify Tokyo in all its glory. A mixture of food, art, music and culture. It's a slither of the big picture and a point of departure to your own adventures in the world's largest metropolis.


Can we collaborate? 

Absolutely! I'm always looking out for the next project or creative idea. Be it tourism, editorial or commercial work I'm keen to hear your thoughts.