We started life in 1983 as Danny Chau Photolabs, a black & white wet lab in London's EC1 'Print Mile’, which, by the late '90s, became recognised as a master printmaker in the UK photographic industry. Around that time there were emerging and exciting new digital technologies battling for dominance, and the lab was at the forefront of the emerging field of digital printing. We installed one of the UK's first large-format Epson printers in April 1998 and pioneered on-demand edition pigment ink printing to clients from around the world, which then led to the creation of Chaudigital Ltd in 2002.
Today we remain a family business, trading as Chau Fine Art Print, providing services and solutions for discerning professionals and enthusiasts alike. Our passion for high standards is trusted by many and reflected by how many new clients find us through word of mouth.
We have had the privilege of serving many creative people, studios, and institutions over the years including The (BBC) Hulton Picture Library (now Hulton Getty), The National Gallery, The Royal Family, The Guardian, Cameron Mackintosh Theatres, Charles Dickens Museum, Royal Mail, Humphrey Spender, Bob Carlos Clarke, Sean Smith, Jane Bown, Gilbert and George, David Hockney, Keith Tyson, Mike Figgis, Chris Levine, Nadav Kander, Stuart Brisley, Mary McCartney.