Yesterday I had a very exciting photo shoot in Kent. My job was to photograph some very old and very expensive mini-paintings for an auction house. Normally the closest I get to these artifacts is a museum, but I was actually able to handle and admire these paintings. And how lovely they were. I photographed them using only natural light and although the convex glass proved difficult, the shoot turned out very well and my client was happy. I am told there may be many more like this to photograph in the future and I welcome them all. I am photographing history.
This is an exciting post. My artwork is now featured on a website called Chartfords. An online gallery with a social marketing business model, Chartfords is a leader in its field. The concept is simple, people from all over the world can buy art from a simple online platform. They earn points for all artwork bought and those points enter the Chartfords system and attach to other points in the system. These points accumulate from art being bought and sold all over the world and in no time at all those points earn you money. For every $200 Canadian you spend, you get $1,250 back. It doesn’t matter what currency you use, Chartfords will wire the money directly into your account.
This is a wonderful business to be in and I’m glad Chartfords has asked me to be on board.
To visit the Chartfords website please click here.