Your success means a lot to us. We are committed to serving you face to face or over the internet, and are always happy to take the time to go over the process with you and answer your questions. When you call us, you will be talking to the artist who will do your work, not a salesperson. It is a one-on-one experience which allows us to get to know your art and understand what it means to you.
Still River Editions remains under the direction of co-owners, Mark Savoia and Cathy Vanaria. Mark has been printing black & white since 1965 and color since 1981, while Cathy has been printing black & white since 1979.
For digital prints, a major part of being able to make a great print is being able to see and discern subtle differences in contrast and colors. Mark's experience and skill are evident in the work he produces. He is dedicated to his craft of printing photography and fine art.
For traditional prints, Cathy's darkroom experience in producing thousands of black & white prints over the years led her to printing for some of the top photographers in the world. See a few of them here.
Still River Editions has over 18 years experience in fine art digital giclée print making, and over 32 years in the traditional photographic and fine art printing industries since its inception in 1987 as Connecticut Photographics.
THE VALUE OF CHOOSING STILL RIVER EDITIONS
Accurate color and tone
Accurate black and white
Up-front costs with no hidden setup fees
All of our work is performed in-house
Fire/burglar protected and insured in our facility
Turnaround time is usually less than one week
Over 32 years of experience in photographic and fine art printing
Personal, one-on-one service
A Hahnemühle Certified Studio for digital fine art printing.
Exhibition-quality prints in any size edition, from one to many
Large format scanning and printing
Meticulous image adjustment and attention to detail
The Still River Editions crew
Mark Savoia is a fine-art photographer, master digital giclée printmaker, and co-owner and Vice-president of Still River Editions in Danbury, CT. In 2010, Savoia received an artist fellowship from the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism for his black and white digital photography. Savoia is a graduate of the New England School of Photography, and exhibits his photography nationally. E-mail Mark
Catherine Vanaria, is a fine-art photographer, printer, and educator, and the co-owner and President of Still River Editions. Vanaria is also an Associate Professor of Photography and Chair of the Art Department at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury, CT. She holds a BFA from Hartford Art School, an MA in Digital Photography from Savannah College of Arts and Design, and an MFA in Visual Arts from Art Institute of Boston. She received a Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism fellowship in 2004. Vanaria's first photography monograph, The Boston Years: The Music Scene in Photographs 1979-1986, was published by Laughing Camera Press in 2008. E-mail Cathy
Lys Guillorn has been with Still River Editions for 21 years as a photographic printmaker, fine art imaging associate, and gallery director. Prior to that, she worked in publishing and print media, which formed the foundation for writing our press materials and blog. She is a graduate of Fairfield University, and studied photography and printing at The New England Craft Program in Williamsburg, MA. She specializes in digital imaging, retouching, traditional black-and-white printing, and customer service. If you are looking for a little help with any of our services, she is patient and calm, and will gladly assist you. She is a multi-disciplinary artist, writer, and singer-songwriter. E-mail Lys
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Why are called Still River Editions?
The Still River flows behind our location in downtown Danbury, CT. The Still River has played an important role in the city’s famous hat industry and lore, and is now a symbol of both change and persistence. We are located on the spot where the Beckerle Hat Factory stood before in 1885 when most of it burned to the ground, a small section remains. Our current parking lot is filled with bricks from the original building used as fill.