Steve Satterwhite

When Steve Satterwhite moved from New York to Miami more than six years ago to become staff photographer for New Times, part of his plan was to document the fall of Fidel Castro, which he believed was imminent. Castro may be trying his patience, but in the meantime he says he's lucky to be pursuing journalism in a complicated and fascinating place like Miami. When not being run ragged by heartless editors, Satterwhite finds peace fiddling with the flowers in his Belle Meade front yard.

Steve Satterwhite believes in the magic of South Florida, where being in drag is not a drag

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