David Watts, Jr.




Licensing Photographs

Many of my photographs are available for licensing.

Fees are determined based upon the type and extent of usage requested.

I am also available for commissions.

I evaluate each request on a case-by-case basis.

Inquire by emailing dwattsjr@dwattsjr.com or by telephoning 617.968.4357.


Grist Mill, Sudbury, Massachusetts, 2011                                   World War II Veterans Memorial, Wakefield, MA, 2011

(DW20101226S005-018)                                                             (WW2_Memorial_HDR2)


Cunard Pier 54, New York City, 2011                                       Grain Elevator, Portland, Oregon, 2009

(DW20110422T006-021)                                                          (DW20090714S001-109)





42nd Street, New York City, 2011


Selected photographs, including many of those images displayed elsewhere on the Web site, are available as 8” x 10” fine art prints.

8” x 10”                    $125.00 per print

The print price includes shipping via UPS Ground (inside the continental U.S.).

Note: Massachusetts residents are charged 6.25% Sales Tax on the total order.

Prints may be ordered by sending a check or money order to:

David Watts, Jr. Photographer

17 Greenwood Avenue

Wakefield, MA 01880

To inquire about available photographs or shipping options, please send an email message to dwattsjr@dwattsjr.com

Print Media Information

Prints are produced on Epson printers using Epson papers.

To care for your print, I recommend that it be matted and framed behind UV museum quality glass to protect the print from prolonged exposure to direct sunlight.



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In the years since its inauguration in 2007, the Battle for the Airfield World War II re-enactment has become one of the most eagerly anticipated of the Collings Foundation’s annual events, drawing hundreds of Allied and German re-enactors and thousands of spectators to the Stow, Massachusetts headquarters. Through photographs and accompanying text, Battle for the Airfield takes the reader on a tour of this unique living history event.

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