Miguel Flores-Vianna has been a photographer and writer and editor for more than twenty years. His first book, Haute Bohemians (Vendome, 2017) was selected as the design book of the year by T Magazine. Flores-Vianna writes, produces, and snaps all the images for Private Visit, a worldly column about tastemakers, artists, and artisans. His photography is regularly published in AD and Cabana. He lives in London.
Everyone's a photographer now with the invention of the Smartphone. But Miguel Flores-Vianna has raised that ability to shoot from a phone to an art form. He is, after all, an artist. --Milieu Miguel's book is a masterpiece, a game changer, all shot on his iPhone. . . a triumph from the heart. --Wendy Goodman Some Instagram feeds are superior to others--and for good reason. Take @miguelfloresvianna, a diary of exquisite houses and ancient sites snapped by Miguel Flores-Vianna. . . more than 1200 of those images, from a friend's home in London to a palace in Turkey, make up his new book. . . which promises too be the season's ultimate escape. --Architectural Digest We're long-time fans of Miguel Flores-Vianna--the peripatetic photographer's stunning images always make us swoon. But his new book, A Wandering Eye, comprised entirely of pictures he took with his smartphone completely blew us away. --The Edit by Schumacher A Wandering Eye: Travels with My Phone is out now and every picture is a delicious morsel, and you should go out and buy it. You know how you think all you need is a fancy phone to take transformative images? Well, think again. Miguel proves that whether he's shooting with an iPhone or a Hasselblad, you've gotta have THE EYE. And boy does he have it. --Whitney Robinson Editor in Chief of Elle Decor