Art Documentation and Exhibition Photography

Professional Art Documentation and Exhibition Photography in Madison, WI

White Glove Service: Fine Art Documentation and Exhibition Photography by Jason Houge Studios, LLC

White Glove Art Documentation and Exhibition Photography Services

Professional Fine Art Documentation Services for Artists, Museums, Galleries and Collectors

Detail oriented, color accurate and personalized art and object photography services

Use the form to tell us about your needs and we’ll be in touch to discuss your projects and the solutions we have to fit your budget.
Estimates may take up to a day to process.

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Professional Fine Art Documentation Services and Exhibition Photography

With over a decade of experience we are meticulous and professional. We specialize in photographing paintings, works on paper, framed works, textiles, sculpture, ceramics, 3D prints, installations, historical and archeological pieces, even small figurines and toys. No project is too big or too small, whether it’s an individual piece or an entire museum collection, we approach each project with painstaking care.

What You Can Expect

Friendly, courteous and professional service
Care when handling your materials and working within your space
Color corrected high resolution tiff files, generally scaled to 8×10 at 360dpi in AdobeRGB color space.
In-person file transfer for numerous, large files. Online file transfer available for a small fee.

Based in Madison, WI USA
World-wide travel available on a case-by-case basis

Proof of insurance available upon request.

Additional information


2D, 3D, Exhibition, Performance, Other


Click on a picture to see the artist’s name and more information


My work has reflective (glass, mirrors, metal, etc) surfaces. Is this a problem for you?
Generally not an issue! Photographing reflective and refractive material is a specialty for us. These materials do take additional considerations, often require specialized setups and demand more time both during the photography session and post process editing. Please be sure to specify these materials exist within the work when contacting us.

Do I have to bring my work to your studio?
No, in most cases I will come to you. It’s safer for the work and less stress for you.
The only real exception is: if you have less than 5, easily transported, flat works of art, it may be best to bring your work to us.

I want to digitize something other than art (i.e. historical documents, farm deeds, letters, old photographs, etc) is this something you can do?
Yes, we do provide this service! This is a case where it’s often best to bring such documents directly to us to work with, unless they are too precious to transport.

What is your turnaround time?
Depends on the complexity of project and current workload. In many cases we are able to have your images ready within a few days to a week.

Can you prioritize my order?
Yes. Priority orders are subject to a $100 fee.

Can I get a discount?
If you’re an artist or collector who frequently has new work they need documented we offer an annual retainer. Each month we’ll assess the work and apply a 10% discount. Use the form above or drop us an email and we’ll discuss this option in more detail.

Do you actually wear white gloves?
This depends on your wishes. We leave the argument to the experts as to whether bare hands or cotton gloves is the best practice for handling a work of art or historic relic. If it is your policy, we wear them. Otherwise, if we need to touch a work, we opt to be sensible, utilize good situational awareness and avoid touching delicate surfaces if at all possible. We also make sure to clean, dry and keep our hands free of creams and oils as this provides the best tactile interaction (grip) with most materials while simultaneously prevents cotton fibers from being left behind.

Please view our agreement regarding the shipping, handling, processing and possession of your Media. Additionally our Terms and Conditions may be found here. Terms and Conditions and Handling of Media Agreement is subject to change without notice.