A few weeks ago, I flew to Miami to speak at Making It, a conference for women in creative industries.
It was amazing to say the least, and I had a blast exploring Miami. For the 40 hours I was there, I crammed in a lot of sight-seeing, shopping, hanging with locals, and chatting with women from myriad fields at the conference which maxed out at 70 attendees. I didn’t shoot nearly as many photos as I would have liked (I took NONE at the actual conference, which is a testament to how busy I was talking to real people instead, which is a great reason to not take photos). But those I did snap, I’m sharing today. Have a gander (oh, and look out for a post soon with a video of the actual talk I gave)!
Hilariously, this is the only photo I have from someone who shot it while I was speaking.
Images above: Coyo Taco restaurant in Wynwood where I snuck in a hang with Diane Brache and one (or two) margaritas before hopping on a plane home.
Images above: The famous Wynwood Walls in Miami’s warehouse district features the most beautifully curated graffiti and art covering dozens of buildings for blocks and blocks. Visit the site for links to the artists.