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Boca Raton’s Rising Stars

The heart of our mission at VoyageMIA is to find the amazing souls that breathe life into our city. In the recent weeks, we’ve had the privilege to connect with some of the Miami’s finest artists, creatives, entrepreneurs and rabble rousers and we can’t begin to express how impressed we are with our city’s incredibly deep talent pool.  Check out Boca Raton rising stars below.

Anthony Capra

In 2016 I had the opportunity to start a non-profit organization. With little to no knowledge on how a non-profit worked, I accepted the challenge and dove right in. 14ALL41 (One 4 All, All 4 One) non-profit organization was created to make a difference in the lives of those in need. Read more>>

Glayson LeRoy

In short I am a graphic designer. And since 2008 or so I have been attending and watching the transformation of Wynwood during the Art Basel weekends. So it was only natural that I put together a collective along with my friends who all paint in Wynwood. So move forward to Feb 2016 and I receive a call from a friend looking for a wall in my home town Delray Beach for an artist who is now my good friend Jules Muck (Muck Rock). Read more>>

Carly Bergman

My journey starts with me making a promise to myself and the planet to be as ethical of a human being as I possibly can be. This includes what foods I feed myself, how I treat the environment, how I treat animals, how I treat other human beings, and how I treat myself. Read more>>

Laetitia Reino

I’ve always loved art and history. Growing up in Paris, I was surrounded by art and monuments everywhere. In between high school and college, I did one year of prep school, and it was adjacent to Musée Rodin. Then I studied art and history at the Sorbonne, which has so much history itself as a 13th-century building. Read more>>

Jennifer Love Gironda

I guess what might make me stand out is that I have made a piece of art every day since January 2012- so as of today (August 26, 2018) that is 2429 pieces of artwork. Here is how that all started. I’ve always loved art, ever since I was little. Back home in North Carolina I used to carry around an old butter container full of crayons wherever I went, I loved to draw and color. Art was always my favorite subject in school. Read more>>

Hermione Elma

I grew up in a creative family, I learned early on what she could do with just a pair of scissors and a piece of fabric. In fact, several of my family members were reputable tailors in the town where she grew up, including my mother. As a child, I spent most of her time at her uncle’s studio, picking up fabric scraps and turning them into dresses for me and my dolls. Read more>>

Jen Brady

I’ve always loved books. One of my earliest memories is of being transfixed by pages of a kids’ book long before I could read. In this memory the letters are smudged and the illustrations have colored outlines giving them odd dimensions. Later, in my first real publishing job, my boss sent me to proof a book coming off press. Read more>>

Sarah Glass

I have always been interested in clay, even since the age of 5 or 6. It wasn’t until I was 13 in the 9th grade at John I. Leonard high school that I began to use the pottery wheel. At the time I was a troubled teen and benefited in many different aspects from making pottery. Read more>>

Halle Bellisari

Growing up I have always adored the art of photography. I used to gather my gal pals together to dress up and shoot some glamour shots in my neighborhood every weekend! I would check out a camera through my school’s photography club and rack up some portfolio shots whenever I had the chance. Read more>>

Nicole Doumato

I launched So This Is Love back in 2013 as a work from home mom, having the experience with PPAI & screen printed products, I jumped in feet first as an online apparel company with tanks, tees & totes for Brides, but I realized that running a physical product shop was not for me. Read more>>

2 Comments

  1. Davine

    December 20, 2017 at 12:31 am

    Am interested have beautiful line of jewelry

  2. Maria Juliana

    January 17, 2018 at 2:50 am

    Great Stories, Love it!!

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