A Miami-based freelance writer and copywriter originally from Connecticut, Becky Randel is a frequent contributor to Ocean Drive, as well as People and People.com, About.com, Thedailymeal.com, and W magazine, among others. Randel interviews two of Miami’s most prominent figures in the worlds of art and sports, artist Typoe and tennis player Monica Puig, in this issue. How has Typoe changed the art scene in Miami? I wasn’t aware that Typoe and his Primary Flight partners, Books Bischof and Cristina Gonzalez, were really the ones who started the whole street-art movement in Wynwood. They visualized— and negotiated—the entire concept, and they were the ones who brought in world-renowned artists to contribute. It’s a major untold story of Miami. You also interviewed Monica Puig. What was that like? She is so poised and has accomplished so much at such a young age.