Demolition Greyhound [7 Images]

Monday, January 9, 2017

It was the last day of 2016. I had just left an event my friend Legacy put together for the homeless and I was crossing over from Overtown to Downtown when I spotted this beautiful voluptuous random demolition site. I love when this happens.
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A Creepy Spooky Scary Cool House [3 Images]

Friday, December 30, 2016

The other day I had a photoshoot scheduled with a model. We were to meet at my studio at 1pm. Then came the delays. Then came the call of excuses. Eventually she asks to postpone it for another day.
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Krome Penit – The Insane Asylum [28 Images]

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

In July of 2015 the Nike Missile IFC HM-95 site which some people know as the Krome Penit or the “insane asylum” was completely torn down. It was located on Krome Avenue just south of the Tamiami Trail. The building was constructed by the army in the early 1960’s in response to the Cuban Missile Crisis. In the 1980’s it was used as a refugee camp which then converted into a federal detention center. By 1992 the facility was abandoned due to damages caused by Hurricane Andrew. Since then it became a underground playground for graffiti artist and paintballers. Some people have claimed to of seen ghosts out there.
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The Famous Miami Herald Sign [Video]

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Remember that time we stumbled upon the Miami Herald building looking like a production set from the movie Terminator? Well one thing I left out of the story was……
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A Piece of History – Miami Marine Stadium [9 Images]

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Over 50 years ago this South Florida landmark and icon of modern design was built on Virginia Key. In it’s days it hosted many different events such as motorboat races, concerts, and boxing matches. Then came hurricane Andrew in 1992 which caused the city to condemn the Miami Marine Stadium. Since then it has been abandoned.

My first time visiting this historic site was over a decade ago as a graffiti enthusiast. Back then there was more quality art where as now its just a bunch of tags everywhere. Nevertheless this is still my favorite forgotten spot in Myami. Up until a few years ago there was access to the roof which displays an amazing view of Downtown Miami but in order to get up there you had to climb some sketchy platform. Now that I think about it, this was the first rooftop I climbed in Myami.

For those of you interested in visiting this location, it is illegal to enter the property and I know people that have been arrested for trespassing so enter at your own risk.
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Miami Herald Building Demolition

Monday, November 23, 2015
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I still can’t get over the day we stumbled upon the Miami Herald building looking like a production set from the intro of the original Terminator movie.

It all happened like this. Earlier this year as we were cooking up this website, the crew and I went out on a media mission like we always do. One of the first spots we explored was the bridge on Flagler street that takes you over the Miami River area in East Little Havana. While we were there photographing, a pedestrian that was walking by stopped and had a brief conversation with us. One of the things he mentioned was that we should go check out the Venetian Causeway. For those that don’t know, the Venetian is a bridge that takes you from Downtown to Miami Beach. Normally when people give me a location to shoot I already have shot it or it doesn’t fit on my agenda but this guy actually had a good spot I hadn’t really explored much. So off to the Venetian it was. (more…)

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