"What I See When I Close My Eyes and Breathe" Print

$70.00 - $90.00

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"What I See When I Close My Eyes and Breathe"

Signed archival giclée print.

Printed on Red River Palo Duro Baryta paper. The paper is between matte and glossy, it has a slight sheen reminiscent of darkroom fiber papers. This paper is a warm/neutral museum grade archival paper with no OBAs, which means it’s made for keeping long past your lifetime and will not yellow over time.

10% of all proceeds go to the Central Texas Food Bank + the Potlatch Fund.

Central Texas Food Bank is a food bank the serves the Austin area and beyond. I chose this organization because I started this online shop to help pay my bills, to put food on the table. I am fortunate to be able to afford groceries right now, but I believe everyone should have access to food.

The Potlatch Fund is a Native-led non-profit that provides grants and leadership development to Tribal Nations in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Nevada. I chose this organization because a large majority of photographs in my shop were taken in Washington, on the ancestral and stolen lands of several tribes of the Pacific Northwest region, and I believe in giving resources (money, land, time) back to these tribes.


$4 flat rate shipping on all first class USPS shipping within the US!

Use code 4DOLLARSOFF to discount $4 off the price of any shipping anywhere, on all orders over $35!

Please allow 3-5 days for order fulfillment, this allows for prints to fully dry for 48hrs before shipping. All prints are printed by myself upon order, packaged with love, and shipped in eco-conscious packaging within a week.

International shipping available for Canada and Mexico. If you would like something shipped outside the US, Canada, or Mexico, please reach out and I will set up shipping for your destination!

No matter what print size you choose, the image has been shrunk (from the standard size) 1/2” on the top and sides and 3/4” on the bottom to accommodate for the title/signature + a slender white border all the way around the image.

I recommend using mats when framing prints, and therefore, on 8x10, 11x14, and larger prints I’ve added an extra 1/4” margin all the way around the standard size, for easier matting. For example an 8”x10” print is on a 8.5”x10.5” piece of paper. This option also gives you a more generous border for float mounting, etc.

If you plan on NOT using a mat and instead putting the print directly in a standard size frame you can select that the print be “trimmed to exact size.”