After you select a photograph, the file is sent to my production partner, PhotoBarn, in Knoxville, TN. 

PhotoBarn uses a specialized printer to print the photos directly onto wood, either birch or maple.

The wood is sealed both before and after printing.This helps protect the final product from fingerprints and fading due to UV exposure.

In the final product, you will notice variances due to the natural grain pattern of the wood. In the lighter areas of the photo, you will see the wood grain. Since each cut of wood is different, you are truly getting a one-of-a-kind piece of art!

Photos printed on wood are darker than those printed on standard bright white paper. 

Many of my products have intentional distressing on the edges. This helps to create an even more rustic and unique piece.