Here are some recent photos I took of Hirochi Robaina for Cigar Aficionado Magazine. Robaina is the grandson of legendary Cuban tobacco grower Alejandro Robaina and recently inherited control of Cuchillas de Barbacoa, the wrapper farm located in Cuba's prime tobacco growing region. Prior to taking control of the wrapper farm, Robaina ran San Luis y Martinez, a tobacco farm that has been in the family since 1845. He is currently traveling the US and working on new projects.
As someone who has traveled around the county, living in a van, I have always really liked the look of these teardrop shaped trailers with their stainless steel finish. I would have never though of turning it into a business, which is exactly what Victoria Hogan from Flora Pop did. Flora Pop is a full service, all inclusive pop-up wedding service. Hogan travels to various places around Las Vegas, uses the trailer as a sort of altar, and is licensed to officiate the wedding. We met near Nelson's Landing for the photos.