© Richard Linke

© Richard Linke

About Us

Singer Editions is a fine-art digital printmaking studio specializing in the production of limited-edition color and black-and-white prints.  For the past twenty years, we have built our reputation on the unparalleled quality of our prints and our obsessive attention to detail.

At Singer Editions, digital printing is approached from a traditional fine-art printmaking perspective; each print we produce is seen as a collaboration between the artist and the printmaker in which the artist’s vision is of paramount importance.  We offer every client friendly, personal attention, and a commitment to work efficiently on their most challenging projects and deadlines.

Considered an authority on scanning and digital printing technologies, as well as image editing software and color management, Singer Editions is regularly consulted by members of the photographic and digital printmaking community, including artists, authors, educators, and manufacturers.  We are proud of our contributions in this regard, and many of the products -- software, hardware, ink, and papers -- which have become standards in the industry were developed in direct collaboration with Singer Editions.

Singer Editions works with artists nationally and internationally.  Our prints have been exhibited in major museums and galleries around the world, and are included in prominent private art collections. 


Jonathan Singer

Jonathan is a photographer, printmaker, educator, and the founder of Singer Editions.  Prior to establishing the studio in 1994, Jonathan was part of a very small group of artists and computer engineers in New York City and Los Angeles who first developed and introduced the use of digital imaging technology in fine-art printmaking.  This group gave rise to the first digital printmaking ateliers, including Singer Editions. 

Jonathan teaches regularly at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Aspen, Colorado, The Santa Fe Photographic Workshops in New Mexico, and The International Center for Photography in New York City, as well as lecturing at colleges and universities throughout the United States.  

He currently serves on the National Advisory Council of the Tang Museum in Saratoga Springs, New York, and as a Trustee on the Board of the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, Vermont.  Previously, Jonathan served on the Board of Directors of the Photographic Resource Center at Boston University from 2002 - 2010, and as a Director of the Arthur Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, Massachusetts from 2010 - 2015.