The Story behind the "More Love Please" print...

June 2020

As a local artist/photographer in Downtown Denver, I had been feeling a storng desire to do something positive with a message of unity and love, and was looking for a way to give back and support our community using my photography. For years my work has been inspired by old neon signs and urban landscapes, so I was naturally drawn in that direction.  I soon realized that I wanted to create something specific to mark this time and hopefully raise some money for important organizations that are already making change happen and spreading love in so many ways.  

And then I realized that sometimes ya just gotta just make your own NEON SIGN with the message that YOU want!  I have always been a big fan of the iconic Benjamin Moore sign that stands strongly in the heart of Downtown Denver so I decided to use it as a backdrop for my own message of hope.  I collected neon letters from images of iconic signs that I have photographed all over the United States, did some photoshop magic, and now it lovingly says “More Love Please” instead. The fundraising effort was born!    

I began selling a limited run of fine art prints, with proceeds of the print sales being split between local One- Colorado, BLM 5280, Denver Health Foundation's COVID-19 Response Fund. During this 2020 summer fundraiser, with support of local media features, good neighborhood businesses and dear friends and supporters across the United States, I was pleased to be able to donate over $6,000 to these deserving organizations.

The funraiser was well received and thankfully the message continues to live on through the limited addition prints which are still available.

The fine art prints are signed and numbered,  and printed on luxurious 100% cotton rag fine art paper.  Ready to frame sizes that are perfect for home, office or gifts. 


They are also available for purchase at

Modern Nomad  

2936 Larimer Street





8 x 10  $70

16 x 20  $200

20 x 30  $500

30 x 40  $1000

40 x 60  $2000


Much Love-




More Love Please

  • The second to last photo above shows the 2 smaller sizes framed.  The 8x10 on the left is matted and framed in a 11x14 frame.  The larger one on the right is the 16x20 size framed without matting, just the white border that surrounds the photo.