Armed with a Hasselblad and some Polaroid 665 film, I set out one day to experiment capturing black and white details of Miami Beach's famous architecture. From 1930s art deco to 1950s modern, Collins Avenue is actually a museum of America's various styles of resort architecture.
Today, designers like Philippe Starck and Marcel Wanders continue to morph Miami into new areas of the same modernist movement that began 90 years ago.
Hope you enjoy these images and thank you for your interest in my work.
Red Square Photography