Orders & Shipping


My standard shipping time is about 1-3 weeks. Currently all print & stationery items are made to order, and packed by me at my home studio in Washington state.

If you need your item by a specific date, please let me know HERE and I will do my best to make it happen!


Tracking information for your orders will be emailed to you as soon as I pack your order.

Please add alyssa@alyssathorne.co to your safe senders' list so you do not miss my email.

If you have not received a shipping confirmation email after 2 weeks, contact me HERE

Gift Orders

If you wish to purchase a gift, rest assured that I do not send invoices with any cost information inside orders.

Unfortunately, I do not have the capacity to add custom gift notes at this time. I do add a thank you note to each order. I can leave this out if you wish.

Order Issues

Please allow some time for tracking to update once you have received it. My post office is very small, and often it will take a day or two to be scanned in.

Unfortunately, I do not have the ability to accept returns or exchanges at this time, for any reason other than a fulfillment error on my end (i.e, you receive the wrong product than is listed on your order)

If your order is lost, damaged, or arrives incorrect, please send an email to me and I will help you as soon as I am able. HERE

Other Information

About The Artist

 Alyssa Thorne is an interdisciplinary artist & writer from the Pacific Northwest, creating vivid fantasy photographs, primarily in the still-life tradition. Recognized for her lush, dark imagery & exceptional set artistry, Alyssa is also known for worldbuilding beyond the lens with written companion lore in short story or essay format, each imbuing the associated visual art with a thoughtful and creative backstory. Subjects for Alyssa’s art range from retelling her lived experiences to original pieces of short fiction & subtle tributes for beloved works of film, television, and video/TTRPG games.

Borne from myriad interwoven mediums, each finished work faithfully represents an ephemeral vignette that was sketched, planned, constructed, and photographed over days to years. Alyssa’s works are a unique alchemy that combines skillfully crafted supporting structures, self-made props, florals, antiques, and other objects into an elaborate final set. They are always arranged on the physical plane and captured in-camera using practical effects, natural light manipulation, and clever set design.

Digital edits made post-shoot are rooted in traditional darkroom techniques, and there is no collaging or compositing in Alyssa’s personal work. This expansive, multi-layered process produces an unmistakable personal style and unique compositions juxtaposing the classical with the unconventional. Every photograph is a liminal doorway hidden inside the shadows of painterly chiaroscuro—an open portal waiting for a viewer to discover.

Alyssa is a lifelong resident of the Pacific Northwest, with the exception of a brief departure to the east coast, where she attended The School of the Museum of Fine Art, Boston, and Massachusetts College of Art & Design. She has had four exhibitions and published a sold-out photobook, "Autumn Eternal." In addition, several local and international publications, podcasts, and blogs have featured her work.

In her spare time, Alyssa enjoys reading Batman comics, playing D&D and video games, making cosplay, and spending time with her fiancé, daughter, and beloved rabbit, Laszlo.



If you have a general question about orders + shipping times, please check out the FAQ Section of my website for a faster answer. 

Inquiries will be responded to in 2-5 business days.


Giclée Prints

Product & Care Information

Giclee Care Instructions

To safeguard the beauty of your archival, heirloom Giclée prints for years to come, a few essential guidelines can make a world of difference.

Ensure proper handling

  • Please keep your new print in the plastic sleeve until you are ready to frame. The beautiful velvet matte surface is a magnet for dust and will become damaged in a short time if displayed without protection.
  • The sleeve and backing board that your print arrives in are made of acid-free, photo-safe materials and are the ideal place for your print to live before framing.
  • Handle with clean, dry hands and avoid direct contact with the surface. Gloves can help prevent smudges and fingerprints.
  • Be careful of water, hard objects, and adhesives as these can damage and scratch the surface of your print. 

Consider the ideal display location

  • Avoid exposure to direct sunlight, which can cause fading over time.
  • Choose a spot away from high humidity and high temperatures, as excessive moisture or heat can cause warping or discoloration.
  • Framing your Giclée print with acid-free matting and UV-protective glass adds an extra layer of defense, shielding it from harmful elements.

If you have any questions about print care, please don't hesitate to email me!