Jason Stoddart’s photographs document Americana culture while utilizing traditional black and white sepia tone styles of photography with modern techniques. His “Americana” is defined as the history, geography, folklore, and cultural heritage of the United States. Many kinds of material fall within this definition of Americana: license plates or entire vehicles, homes or household objects, artifacts, tools, instruments, flags, plaques, signs, and so on. The final step in presenting his images is the choice of an acid free canvas, a lignin free heavyweight cotton-poly blend, elegantly textured featuring a semi-gloss satin surface. All Stoddart’s work is printed and presented using the best archival materials available; materials held to the same standard of excellence as those used by museums.