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Hialeah’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 Hialeah’s rising stars below.

Benjamin McNamee

I got a certification in audio engineering. Now I work as Inventory Manager/Administrative Assistant/Assistant Audio Engineer at Rich Music LTD, Inc., in Wynwood, Fl. I have had sessions with famous music artists in both the Latin and American World. Life is good I can not complain. Read more>>

Ariana Dupar

Being pregnant, I opened a Pilates Group for moms to be to prepare our bodies for delivery and postpartum, I practiced pilates until the day before to give birth and came back when my baby was 40 days old, and created a new class that I called ” MAMILATES”, it means Pilates+babies. Read more>>

Zania Sala

My voiceover career happened by accident. I was aiming for a career in music as a singer but life took me in another direction. Here’s how… I landed a spot in Puerto Rico’s singing reality TV Show called “Objetivo Fama” back in 2004. That show opened the doors to TV hosting on Univision Puerto Rico. Read more>>

Rodney Bocanegra

I always cooked to survive I guess. Not until my 20’s did I decide to take cooking seriously and attend culinary school. I moved to Vegas where I worked under many talented chefs and gained as much knowledge as I could in the industry. I stayed there a few years until the right opportunity presented itself. Read more>>

Octavio Rios

It all began while working at WVUM (UM college radio), when I experimented with having an idea for a show. I honestly did not have a set vision in mind, I just knew I had to create a show that everyone could enjoy. After consulting with an executive board member about a talk show, she suggested I pursue what Code305 is today. Read more>>

Devon Larkin

Been drawing since I could move my hand. Hustled custom sneakers and T-shirts in high school. Went to the Art Institute of VA Beach to improve my artistry. Learned how to use Adobe software to make digital art. Moved to Florida after graduating college and started hitting all the underground art shows from Fort Lauderdale to Wynwood for three years. Read more>>

Rosemarie Castro

I was always into decorating setting up, love crafting, etc. As a single mom with two kids, I wanted to do give them a better life style that I had growing up. That year, I was working in a restaurant, unfortunately, the business closed. So, with my last paycheck of 200 dollar, I bought my first bounce house. Told myself it’s now or never and went from there. Read more>>

David Bulit

I’m an urban explorer and photographer. I started exploring in 2009 after seeing a documentary on other explorers up in the Northeast. The first place I explored was a prison out in the Big Cypress Preserve called Deep Lake Prison. At the time, I was just using a point-and-shoot camera, there were no good phone cameras back then. Read more>>

Lorielle J. Hollaway

I have some great memories involving books! My hope is for Cultured Books to create some great memories as well. I want Cultured Books to be St. Pete’s literary haven where families come to discover new worlds, learn about different cultures and find great children’s literature. Read more>>

Robin Louis

Learned how and when to mix records. It was the beginning of my dream. The work started. I was at the skating center from 14-17 years young. Soon after, I started doing small venues around my area. Building my name party by party. Along the way, I met my brother from another Dj Zog from Power 96.5FM in Miami. Read more>>

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