Signature Portraiture: The Style Guide


what every client needs to know

I am so excited for your portrait session! I'm so honored to help you create memories you’ll cherish for a lifetime. I’ve created this guide to help you get the most out of your photos, and by the time you’ve read through this page, you'll have all your questions answered and feel more than ready and prepared for your session. Then I’ll take care of the rest! Your only job is to be yourself, laugh a lot and let us create photos you’ll love forever. I can’t wait to get you in front of my camera! 


TIMING + OUTFITS

We do recommend multiple outfits if your session is greater than 20/30 minutes. If you have a 45-minute session to 1 hour session: 2 outfits at least; maybe even a third one for some fun! When your session is greater than one hour to two hours we suggest four to five outfits, and at three hour sessions, we recommend five to seven outfits.


styling your session

Want your photos to look more editorial? Bring a little extra something with you! Fresh flowers bring an extra “wow” factor to just about everything. Whether you want to incorporate larger items that have significance to you, or smaller ones like blankets or hats, even planning for just one extra styled item could be a fun way to make your session more unique. BUT -- Props aren't everything. Try to stay away from way too common props like a "sign" or "banner". Those have been overused and overdone. Try to go for unique and special to you.


selecting the right location

For an amazing LIST of Locations ideas in Central and throughout South Florida, please scroll all the way down on this page.

The location of your portrait session is up to you! Think about spots that have a special meaning to you. There are great options all around the South Florida area. This is the time to think outside the box! I encourage you to brainstorm unique locations that you might have special access to that most people don’t. For example, maybe you, or someone in your personal or professional network, can secure permission to a location that would otherwise be off-limits, like somewhere with a rooftop view or amazing water view. The sky is literally the limit! Spend a few minutes thinking about it and checking around. You’ll be surprised with what you come up with. Plus, if something seems out of reach, just remember: you never know until you ask! My clients have secured permission to some pretty amazing places in the past. If you get stuck or need inspiration, check out the list I have compiled below with ideas. I have some great go-to locations around town that we can always hit, too. Just let me know which type of session you’d love and we’ll go from there! Easy. Peasy.


The Weather:

How does it affect my photos?

Likely nothing will have a greater impact on your shoot. Light is everything.


While it may seem that the weather is a variable completely out of your control, and it essentially is, your preparedness for the weather will have a direct impact on your shoot. Cloudy, gloomy, rainy, darker weather will display darker tones and lack of variety in color in your images from the very start.


And then there are those clear, gorgeous golden-light days where the sun flares into the lens I shoot with, and creates the magic by natural light that is stunning.


In the days before your session should the likelihood of rain become greater than 45% then it is probably a good idea to start making preparations for rescheduling. If clients are making hair/make-up/nail/barber appointments that will need to be rescheduled for their shoot, or even just making arrangements to take off from work, looking at the forecast days ahead can mean the difference between losing money or not. We try to remain flexible for our clients because of the unpredictability of the weather, so we are usually open to making decisions even on the day before the shoot itself. Our best advise is to closely follow the forecast before your shoot and plan accordingly.


Sometimes clients have the idea to move inside - that's okay if you can find an indoor location that will provide permission to shoot at, but indoor photography is very different than outdoor photography, so please be aware of the difference it will make in your photographs.


Ask us about our advice - we are here to help you have an amazing session! We want to help you plan, and we have seen alot in all the years of business, that we can offer some good advice in what the conditions will be and if you should think about rescheduling or not. We want your photographs to be fabulous!!


style tips: for her

Because you’ll always want to remember this. 

Dress It Up

Have you thought about rocking a romantic gown, tulle skirt or flower crown but just never had an occasion for it? This is your chance to do it up! Remember: There is no such thing as “too dressed up” when it comes to your portrait session, so don’t be afraid to have some fun! If you don’t want to add a new permanent piece to your collection, a lot of my clients love RENT THE RUNWAY for their session because it’s such an affordable way to feel like a million bucks. Other clients love having a great excuse to bring a new permanent piece (or two!) into their closet!

QUICK TIP: There’s no such thing as too dressed up.


Say Yes to the Dress

Dresses and skirts look most stunning because they really flatter every female body, especially on camera — which is probably why the red carpet is always full of so many dresses and not very many pantsuits! I recommend avoiding pants and shorts for your session, and saying yes to a dress or two instead.

Long, full-length, flowy dresses and skirts look amazing on camera because they bring extra movement to the photos. Especially when juxtaposed with nature, like the desert, forest, plains or beach. Consider softer fabrics like chiffon or tulle which allow for beautiful movement in the images. 


One or Two? It’s Up to You! 

You can bring one outfit set or two! Most of my clients who choose two outfits will bring one “wow” dress, and then another slightly more casual dress that has a “date night” feel. But if you want to bring two “wow” dresses and forgo the more casual dress altogether, give yourself permission to do it! The camera loves runway-esque apparel and so do I! 

Remember, though, you don’t have to bring two looks if it’s too stressful to coordinate or if you’d rather just stick to one fabulous look. One outfit that you love will be so much better than one outfit you love and another you’re not very excited about. And if you stick with one outfit set, you won’t have to spend any of your time time changing half way through, so we’ll be able to sneak in a few more photos! So, one or two? It’s really up to you!


Choosing Colors

When choosing colors for your outfits, I recommend selecting softer, lighter tones and more muted shades. By avoiding ultra-bright, bold colors, it will help bring all the attention to your faces and let the eye focus on the way you feel. The camera loves shades of soft pink and muted blues, mixed with sophisticated light neutrals like heather gray, creams, leather brown and white. That softer color palette fits beautifully into almost all natural outdoor environments.


Flattering Your Features

In my experience, every woman, regardless of her shape has an area of her body that she’s self-conscious about, so recognizing what area that is in advance is key. Choosing flattering silhouettes and colors that complement your natural features is the best way to ensure you’ll love the way you look in your photos.

Three-quarter length sleeves create an awesome slimming effect on all arms, so be on the lookout for an option with a longer length sleeve. You could also bring a cute jacket, blazer or cardigan along, too. Skinny straps or strapless dresses have the opposite effect on arms on camera, so I recommend avoiding those whenever possible if your goal is a set of slimmer-looking arms.

Heels elongate women's legs, making them look fabulous. Closed-toes heels in particular look great on camera because they carry out the line of your leg all the way down to your toe. If your toes are showing in a peep-toe heel, you might want to schedule a pedicure before your session so you don’t regret letting your feet show. These little tricks make all the difference! 

QUICK TIP: Bring a pair of flats to wear when moving from place to place. Your feet will thank you later! 


Make a Statement

Pairing an accessory or two with your outfit can really help bring some extra dimension to your images, and be a nice tie-in when you’re coordinating with a group. Big statement necklaces bring a lot of pop to the photos, while the smaller, delicate ones are not be as noticeable on camera. 

Belts, bracelets and earrings bring great visual interest, so choose one or two that don’t compete for attention. Fresh florals in a crown can be a really romantic touch. 

Although it might seem counter-intuitive, we recommend that you do not get a spray tan before your session, even a few days prior, because it tends to photograph orange even when it’s applied subtly and by a professional. Your actual skin tone will photograph the most beautifully and naturally.


Go Pro: Hair & Makeup

Professional hair and makeup is on the top of most of our clients’ checklists because it looks amazing on camera and removes the stress of getting ready on your own. This is the time to treat yourself! Whether it’s lash extensions or blown-out hair, professional hair and makeup will give you an extra boost of confidence in front of the camera, and it always photographs like a dream.

If you’re working with a makeup artist, have her apply your makeup in natural light, if possible, so that it looks fresh and not too heavy. Plus, that’s the type of light we’ll be shooting in, so it’ll give you the best expectation of how it will translate on camera. Most of our clients feel like their professional makeup is “too much” at first, since it’s more than you would wear on a normal day, or that they're false lashes look too big, so if you feel that way at the beginning, don’t worry! Good makeup artists know how to get it all just right for the camera — and our clients always love the final result.

If you need a recommendation for hair and makeup, we work with the best in the business and have a go-to team! They’re sweet as pie, talented as heck, unbelievable professionals and wonderful people. You’ll LOVE them! Just let us know and we’ll send you their information. We know they’ll take good care of you!

QUICK TIP: Confidence. It’s always the best accessory.


fashion tips: for him

Because dapper and debonair never go out of style. 

The Best Fit

Long, fitted pants and closed-toed shoes are the most sophisticated and masculine looks for men. They draw attention away from his legs and feet and place it where you want it: on his handsome face. So, for your session, it’s best to leave the shorts, sandals and jeans at home, too, as well as any pants that are loose or baggy. Fitted dress pants or fitted colored pants work best on camera. Solid shades of gray or navy are a strong compliment to most women’s outfits, whereas pinstripes or plaid patterns tend to distract the eye. We also recommend staying away from graphics and logos. 


Mix It Up

Many of our guys love to mix a suit coat, blazer or sport coat with a different pant color. It adds some extra visual interest, and break up the color tones. We’re big fans of this fresh take on a timeless classic.


Layered Looks

Next time you walk by a store like J. Crew, you’ll notice the male mannequins and models are always wearing several layers at once. Layers on men look great on camera, so even when it’s hot outside, trust us when we say that it’s worth an hour or two of discomfort for photos that will last you both a lifetime. Adding another layer will bring extra dimension and visual interest to your photos. Blazers, vests and coats up the level of any look. If the temperature permits, he could even consider adding a v-neck sweater with a pop of color from a long-sleeved collared shirt and tie underneath. Don’t be afraid to get a little creative with layers!


prepping your family

Because they won’t be little forever.

Coordinating the Crew

As you’re coordinating your outfit with your family, keep in mind that your outfits will look the most cohesive on camera when the color palette and wardrobe pieces coordinate, but don’t actually “match.” In fact, we recommend that you avoid thinking about “matching,” and instead think about what “fits” together. This will create more visual interest, and allow each personality to shine through.


How to Mix Colors

The goal for coordinating a family is to visually break up the colors and shades so that you’re not all wearing the same color on top and bottom. The more we can mix that up, the better. We encourage you to think about planning each outfit with “dominant colors” and “accent colors” in mind. A dominant color is the color that you see the most in an outfit, while an accent has a smaller piece of visual real estate. When you’re planning each family member’s outfit, if you can aim for each person to have a different dominant color, and then tie in and vary the accent colors, it’s going to look great all together. 

For example, if you’re wearing a blush dress, soft blue earrings and nude heels (blush being your dominant color), then he could wear a navy coat with a white button-down and gray pants, paired with brown leather shoes and maybe even a blush pocket square (making navy his dominant color). Your daughter could wear a soft blue top with a white tulle skirt (making a soft blue her dominant color) while your son wears light beige pants with navy suspenders and a white button down (making white his dominant color). Now each person has their own dominant color while still incorporating a few touches of the others that will pull all the looks together. This will break up the color visually and highlight each personality. Most of our moms choose their dress first, and then build the rest of the family’s outfits based around that.

Remember, we recommend selecting those softer, lighter tones and avoiding those ultra-bright, bold colors. The camera loves shades of soft pink and muted blues, mixed with sophisticated light neutrals like heather gray, creams, leather brown and white. Feel free to vary the shades of the colors, too.That softer color palette fits beautifully into a natural environment, and can easily be paired in so many different ways.


Mixing Up the Pieces

If you have multiple children, don’t feel like you need to put them all in the same type of outfit. For example, one of your daughters could wear a dress and flats, while the other wears a skirt and boots. One of your sons could wear a bowtie, while the other one wears suspenders. Mixing up the wardrobe pieces will bring a great visual interest to the photos. 


Prepping Your Little Ones

Before your session, pack a bag with snacks, water and any small objects (like toys or lollipops) that might help us get their attention when it’s time for them to look at the camera. If they are old enough to understand you, it’s a good idea to prepare them for what’s to come before the session starts. Explain how much the photos mean to you so they know to be on their best behavior. A lot of families discuss and pick something fun in advance as a treat after the session if they’re good listeners, like an ice cream cone, for example. It also helps if their bellies are full and they’ve has some good rest beforehand. Once you prepare them physically and mentally, then feel free to give them (and you!) grace! They’re little, and we know that some days don’t always go as planned. We’ve seen it all and will make sure to get you great photos, regardless of their moods. Our goal is to make this as fun and stress-free as it possibly can be for you and your family!

QUICK TIP: During the session, if your Littles are not up for photos - DO NOT YELL at them or let them know you are mad. Laugh and giggle with them, play with them, let them have fun! That's how real smilies are captured. Afterall, they are simply children and they just want to have alittle fun. :-)


after the session

Be sure to take some time for yourself after your portrait session. Whether that means going out with a friend for drinks, having dinner at a new restaurant or binge-watching your favorite new Netflix series -- it's important to destress in this seemingly hectic time of your life. 


one final note

I know I just gave you a lot to think about. I created this guide to help make your portrait session experience something you’ll look back fondly on for years and years to come. At the end of the day, though, the location you choose and the outfits you select won’t matter nearly as much as the memories you made. I want your session to be a time for you to just be yourself and enjoy it. Have fun. Laugh a lot. And I’ll take care of the rest!

Top Portrait Location Ideas in Central Florida and the Top Portrait Location Ideas in South Florida

This list includes locations throughout central and south Florida that are perfect for your portrait photography session. 

  • AMELIA EARHART PARK (MIAMI, FL)
  • ANN NORTON SCULPTURE GARDENS (PALM BEACH, FL)
  • ALLAPATTAH FLATS PARK AREA (PALM CITY, FL)
  • BEDNER'S FARMER'S MARKET (BOYNTON BEACH, FL)
  • BEER CAN ISLAND \ PINE KEY (TAMPA BAY, FL)
  • BIG TALBOT ISLAND DRIFTWOOD BONEYARD BEACH (JACKSONVILLE, FL)
  • BILL BAGGS CAPE FLORIDA STATE PARK (KEY BISCAYNE - SOUTH MIAMI)
  • THE BILTMORE HOTEL (MIAMI, FL)
  • BLACK POINT PARK & MARINA (MIAMI, FL)
  • BLOWING ROCKS PRESERVE  [CHOOSE “CORAL COVE PARK” INSTEAD] - (JUPITER, FL)
  • BOYNTON BEACH INLET & BEACH PARK (BOYNTON BEACH, FL)
  • BOCA RATON MUSEUM OF ART (BOCA RATON, FL)
  • BOCA RATON SOUTH BEACH PAVILION \ SOUTH BEACH PARK (BOCA RATON, FL) 
  • BOK TOWERS (LAKE WALES, FL)
  • BONNET HOUSE MUSEUM & GARDENS ( FORT LAUDERDALE, FL)
  • THE BREAKERS HOTEL (PALM BEACH ISLAND, FL) ***STRICT NO PHOTOGRAPHY POLICY !! ***
  • BURT AARONSON SOUTH COUNTY REGIONAL PARK (BOCA RATON, FL)
  • BUTTERFLY WORLD (COCONUT CREEK, FL)
  • CALOOSA PARK (BOYNTON BEACH, FL)
  • CARLIN BEACH PARK (JUPITER, FL)
  • CHURCH OF BETHESDA BY THE SEA (PALM BEACH ISLAND, FL)
  • CITY PLACE / ROSEMARY SQUARE (DOWNTOWN WEST PALM BEACH, FL)
  • COLEE HAMMOCK PARK (FORT LAUDERDALE, FL)
  • COQUINA BEACH, FL (SARASOTA, FL)
  • CORAL COVE BEACH PARK (JUPITER, FL)
  • CORAL GABLES ENTRANCE PARK (MIAMI, FL)
  • CRANDON BEACH PARK (MIAMI, FL)
  • CYPRESS GROVE PARK (ORLANDO, FL)
  • DELRAY OAKS NATURAL AREA PARK (DELRAY BEACH, FL)
  • DICKSON AZALEA PARK (ORLANDO, FL)
  • DRIFTWOOD BONEYARD BEACH (JACKSONVILLE, FL)
  • DISNEY RESORT (ORLANDO)- ANIMAL KINGDOM LODGE
  • DISNEY RESORT (ORLANDO) - BEACH CLUB RESORT
  • DISNEY RESORT (ORLANDO) - BOARDWALK
  • DISNEY RESORT (ORLANDO) - TOWN OF CELEBRATION
  • DISNEY RESORT (ORLANDO) - CONTEMPORARY RESORT
  • DISNEY RESORT (ORLANDO) - GRAND FLORIDIAN RESORT
  • DISNEY RESORT (ORLANDO) - PORT ORLEANS RIVERSIDE RESORT
  • DREHER PARK (WEST PALM BEACH, FL) 
  • DUBOIS INLET & PARK (JUPITER, FL) 
  • ESTATE AT THE HALIFAX (DAYTONA, FL)
  • FAIRCHILD TROPICAL GARDENS (MIAMI, FL) 
  • F.A.T. VILLAGE ARTS DISTRICT (FORT LAUDERDALE, FL)
  • FORT DE SOTO BEACH (ST PETERSBURG, FL)
  • FORT LAUDERDALE MUSEUM OF HISTORY & WATERFRONT (FORT LAUDERDALE, FL)
  • FORT ZACHARY TAYLOR BEACH PARK (KEY WEST, FL)
  • HOLLYWOOD BEACH (FORT LAUDERDALE, FL)
  • GARDENS NORTH COUNTY DISTRICT PARK (PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL)
  • GOLD COAST RAILROAD MUSUEM (MIAMI, FL) 
  • GREYNOLD'S PARK (MIAMI, FL) 
  • GULFSTREAM PARK (DELRAY BEACH, FL)
  • HABOURSIDE PLACE (JUPITER, FL) 
  • HALLANDALE BEACH - NORTH CITY BEACH PARK (MIAMI, FL)
  • HEATHCOTE BOTANICAL GARDENS (FORT PIERCE, FL)
  • HISTORIC FLAGLER MUSEUM (PALM BEACH ISLAND, FL) ***STRICT NO PHOTOGRAPHY POLICY !! ***
  • HONEYMOON ISLAND STATE PARK (TAMPA, FL)
  • HOUSE OF REFUGE BEACH (STUART, FL)
  • INDIAN RIVERSIDE PARK (JENSEN BEACH, FL)
  • JENSEN BEACH PARK (JENSEN, FL)
  • JETTY PARK BEACH AND PIER (PORT CANAVERAL, FL)
  • JOHN D. MACARTHUR BEACH STATE PARK (NORTH PALM BEACH, FL)
  • JONATHAN DICKINSON STATE PARK (HOBE SOUND/TEQUESTA, FL) 
  • JUNO BEACH PARK & PIER (JUPITER, FL) 
  • JUNO DUNES NATURAL AREA (JUPITER, FL)
  • JUPITER BEACH PARK (JUPITER, FL)
  • KELLY PARK (APOPKA, FL)
  • KRAFT AZALEA GARDEN (ORLANDO, FL)
  • LAKE BALDWIN PARK (ORLANDO, FL)
  • LAKE EOLA PARK (ORLANDO, FL)
  • LAKE IDA WEST PARK (DELRAY BEACH, FL)
  • LAKE LOUISA STATE PARK (CLERMONT, FL)
  • LAKE RUNNYMEDE CONSERVATION AREA (ST. CLOUD, FL)
  • LAKE WORTH PIER & BEACH (NEXT TO THE LAKE WORTH CASINO) - (WEST PALM BEACH, FL)
  • LAS OLAS BLVD (FORT LAUDERDALE, FL)
  • LIDO KEY (SARASOTA, FL)
  • LOXAHATCHEE GROVES PARK (LOXAHATCHEE, FL)
  • MAITLAND ART CENTER + MUSEUM (MAITLAND, FL)
  • MATHESON HAMMOCK PARK (MIAMI, FL)
  • MEMORIAL PARK IN DOWNTOWN STUART (STUART, FL)
  • MIZNER PARK (BOCA RATON, FL)
  • MORIKAMI MUSEUM & GARDENS (BOCA RATON, FL)
  • MOUNTS BOTANICAL GARDENS (WEST PALM BEACH, FL) 
  • NORTON MUSEUM OF ART (PALM BEACH ISLAND, FL)
  • OCEAN CAY PARK (JUPITER, FL)
  • OCEAN REEF PARK (PALM BEACH, FL)
  • OCEAN RIDGE HAMMOCK PARK (BOYNTON BEACH, FL)
  • OKEEHEELEE PARK SOUTH (WEST PALM BEACH, FL)
  • PALM BEACH ZOO (WEST PALM BEACH, FL)
  • PAN'S GARDEN (PALM BEACH, FL)
  • PATCH REEF PARK (BOCA RATON, FL)
  • PEACEFUL WATERS SANCTUARY IN PIERSON PARK (WELLINGTON, FL)
  • POMPANO BEACH PIER + BEACH PARK (POMPANO BEACH, FL)
  • PONCE DE LEON INLET LIGHTHOUSE + MUSEUM (DAYTONA, FL)
  • QUIET WATERS PARK (DEERFIELD BEACH, FL)
  • REDLAND KOI GARDENS (MIAMI, FL)
  • R. G. KREUSLER BEACH PARK (LAKE WORTH, FL)
  • RIVERBEND PARK (JUPITER, FL) 
  • ROBBINS PARK + HISTORIC LODGE (DAVIE, FL)
  • ROLLINS COLLEGE CAMPUS (ORLANDO, FL)
  • ROYAL POINCIANA CHAPEL (PALM BEACH ISLAND, FL) ***CLOSED INDEFINITELY TO PHOTOGRAPHERS!!***
  • SAILFISH MARINA (NORTH PALM BEACH, FL)
  • SAMARA GARDENS (MIAMI, FL)
  • SANTA'S CHRISTMAS TREE FOREST (EUSTIS, FL)
  • SEAGATE BEACH CLUB - BEACH AREA WITH SAILBOATS IN BACKGROUND (DELRAY BEACH, FL)
  • SECRET GARDENS (MIAMI, FL)
  • SHINGLE CREEK REGIONAL PARK (ORLANDO, FL)
  • ‘SOCIETY OF THE FOUR ARTS’ BOTANICAL GARDENS (PALM BEACH ISLAND, FL)
  • SOUTH INLET PARK (BOCA RATON, FL)
  • SPANISH RIVER PARK (BOCA RATON, FL)
  • SUNDY HOUSE & ATLANTIC AVE IN DELRAY (DELRAY BEACH, FL)
  • SUNNY ISLES PIER PARK + BEACH (MIAMI, FL)
  • SUNSET GROVES (MIAMI, FL)
  • SWANK FARM [SWANK SPECIALITY PRODUCE] - (LOXAHATCHEE, FL)
  • TRADITION SQAURE AND TOWN HALL (PORT ST LUCIE, FL)
  • TREE TOPS PARK (DAVIE, FL)
  • TUCKAHOE MANSION + INDIAN RIVERSIDE PARK (JENSEN BEACH, FL)
  • UNIVERSAL STUDIOS PARK (ORLANDO, FL)
  • UNIVERSAL STUDIOS - ISLANDS OF ADVENTURE (ORLANDO, FL)
  • VIRGINIA KEY BEACH PARK (MIAMI, FL)
  • VIZCAYA MUSEUM & GARDENS (MIAMI, FL)
  • WALT DISNEY WORLD - ANIMAL KINGDOM (ORLANDO, FL)
  • WALT DISNEY WORLD - EPCOT (ORLANDO, FL)
  • WALT DISNEY WORLD - HOLLYWOOD STUDIOS (ORLANDO, FL)
  • WALT DISNEY WORLD - MAGIC KINGDOM (ORLANDO, FL)
  • WASHINGTON OAKS GARDENS STATE PARK (NORTH OF DAYTONA, FL)
  • WEKIWA SPRINGS STATE PARK (ORLANDO, FL)
  • WHITE CITY PARK (FORT PIERCE, FL)
  • WINTER PARK PUBLIC LIBRARY (ORLANDO, FL)
  • WOLF LAKE PARK (DAVIE, FL)
  • WORTH AVE BEACH (PALM BEACH ISLAND, FL)
  • THE WORTH AVE AREA: This area is several streets long and very extensive, but gorgeous. To fully enjoy every single spot, you must book a 2+ hour session. But for one hour less, choose the area you WANT to START at, and the photographer will walk you though a few main area within your timeframe. For 30 minutes or less, simply choose only one area from below to focus the session on:
  • WORTH AVE TOWN SQUARE & HISTORIC FOUNTAIN (PALM BEACH ISLAND, FL)
  • WORTH AVE CLOCKTOWER AREA (PALM BEACH ISLAND, FL)
  • WORTH AVE - FLAGLER BEACH (PALM BEACH ISLAND, FL)
  • WORTH AVE "THE VIAS" ICONIC ARCHITECTURE (PALM BEACH ISLAND, FL)
  • WORTH AVE - THE SAKS 'LIVING ART WALL' DISPLAY (PALM BEACH ISLAND, FL)
  • WORTH AVE - BEACH AREA ONLY (PALM BEACH ISLAND, FL)
  • WYNWOOD WALLS ART DISTRICT (MIAMI, FL)
  • YOU FARM (LOXAHATCHEE, FL)

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Kristal + Alexander

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