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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.

Lorenzo and Yvette Bergamo

Miami Motos started in 1994 in the 15% of the hi end motorcycle industry top name brands motorcycle safety gear, parts and accesories. Miami Motos has become a destination point for the local extreme motorcyclist and tourest from around the world shopping for their motorcycle needs. Read more>>

Lauren Guanche

I’ve been painting and illustrating since I could hold up a crayon and it looks like its not stoping anytime soon. After graduating college I went on to work but quickly found myself rushing home to paint. It was my way of relaxing but I never thought it would or could become a career. Read more>>

Elizabeth Garay

I’ve always had a love for photography and the power to be able to hold on to memories. But it wasn’t until I was planning my own wedding that my passion for it grew. When I was planning my wedding I was on cloud nine. Read more>>

Benoit Rablat

La Fresa Francesa was project of passion to be sure. Co-owners Sandy & Benoit met and fell in love In Los Angeles CA. In the saddest of circumstances, They Moved to Miami when Sandy’s brother passed away. They quickly found a spot in Hialeah Sandy’d home town. Read more>>

Jessica Jones

LaBare opened August 12, 1978 in Dallas, Texas as the first full time male dance club, featuring a Las Vegas style burlesque show catering to women. It quickly and firmly established itself as the #1 destination for Birthdays, Bachelorettes, and Girls Night Out in the country. Since doing so well out in Dallas, the manager at the time, moved to Florida and decided to open up down here. Read more>>

Latoya Shelby

I was on YouTube one day searching for a hair tutorial , and I came across a hair, makeup & nails channel. I started out doing makeup on myself and I loved it so much I wanted to go to beauty school. I enrolled in a Full Specialist course and I started out with skin care, but once I got to the nails portion, I fell in love! Read more>>

Bryan Jimenez

It all started when I was a little kid many of my moms friends and family, as well as random people in the street will tell my mom of what a cute kid she had and that I was gonna be a heartbreaker when I got older. So walking through the mall a lady stopped my mom and told her that she should sign me up to her modeling/acting school. Read more>>

Sheily Valdes

It all started even before I was born. My father Armando has been a carpenter since he was 17 years old. It all started as a hobby when he was a child doing a toy very commonly used by boys in Cuba named “carriola”. Then he decided to have his own carpentry shop and so he did. Read more>>

Yarenis Monne

Photography has always been something I loved since I was a little girl. My first grade graduation I was asked what I wanted to be and I said ” A Photographer” ( I have proof of the image hehe) I have always had a camera in my hand. I was always the one that was taking pictures of all my friends or family. Read more>>

Herlys (Loco Dharma) Roche

The story of dharma tattoo studio it’s rather unique and is the story of the universe lining up to help create One of the most reputable tattoo studios in Miami Florida. Herlys, or as everyone calls him Loco Dharma was presented with the idea of purchasing tattoo equipment amongst friends with the intentions of tattooing each other. Read more>>

Wendy Da Silva

I first came to the U.S from Venezuela when I was 17 years old with the purpose of learning to speak English. I fell in love with this country and decided to stay and attend college here. I wasn’t sure about what to study but I always had a particular interest in fashion so I decided to pursue a career in fashion merchandising. Read more>>

Zipporah Hayes

As a singer and songwriter here in Miami I found it difficult to find a space where there were no demands. A space where creativity could flow. A place where the support system and team was evident, strong, and polished. Read more>>

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