My print making practice is meant to uplift digital printing processes and further validate the democratic pursuits of the New Media, Vector and Bitmap Artists. I hope to raise the value of mere "giclee," which has negative connotations within exclusionary Fine Art schools-of-thought, to Archival Inkjet Print. These unique works can hold as much weight and value as traditional printing processes with respect to originality, permanence and conservation. This work is developed through computer applications and printed at high resolution. It bridges a divide between traditional, hand-culled, art and photo-based work. Articulated with button-clicks, key-strokes, keyboards, trackpads and graphic tablets-- these new materials inform our ever evolving present moment.