I am a life-long, year-round resident of the East End of Long Island. I am an avid angler, lover of the sea, and naturalist. I love spending time with my family on the water.
Gyotaku is the traditional Japanese method of fish printing dating back hundreds of years. Originally gyotaku was a method used by fisherman to record their catches. Today it is an art form.
Naoki, a gyotaku artist once said "We fish to eat, and we print what we fish to remember and share the experience."
Each print is unique. I print on silk, cotton and traditional rice paper.
You can get custom prints (from your own fish), framed originals, prints, and tee shirts. Contact me for prices, they vary by size.