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Inspiring Stories from Keys

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 inspiring stories from Keys below.

Christian Garcia

I began a journey of self-discovery and seeking out what would make me happy, I sought every corner. Initially, I dreamt of late nights Dj’ing at music festivals like Ultra Miami, Life in Color, Tomorrowland and more. The last thing I saw myself as was a photographer. Originally, it all began with a simple parked car conversation at Miami Dade College that sparked my curiosity and creativity with photography. Read more>>

Rebeca Seitz

I write so that others and I can live. That’s really what it boils down to. There is enormous power in words and stories. I wield that power to help companies grow, to bring donors to non-profit causes, to tell a story that opens a mind, to capture a lifetime of wisdom for the next generation, to educate and illuminate the minds of business leaders and everyday people. Read more>>

Genesis Bonilla

I’ve always been fashion inclined & looking at fashion magazines for inspiration & new ways to style myself. I started out as a wedding photographer, along with my husband, Gus. But since I’ve always had an eye for fashion, I decided to reach out to local influencers to photograph their style. Read more>>

Kelly Mangel

Throughout the transitions, life was both an adventure and an obstacle. A few years after moving to the keys I found myself divorced and a single mom trying to make everything work for my children. The saving grace was being able to work with them everyday and not miss any time with them. I am lucky to be their mom and a part of their educational journey. Read more>>

Angela Renick

Angela Renick first started event planning 25 years ago through a photography friend. She quickly realized her love and knack for talent in this industry and decided to create her own brand, which is now A`vie Events. A`vie Events specialize in weddings, corporate and non-profit events as well as organizing other events such as birthdays, anniversaries, meetings and more. Read more>>

Dalton Smith

NPI Productions started from a passion for film making as a kid when I was about 12 years old. Throughout high school, I did a few projects here and there but things really took off in 2010 when I got my first GoPro and started to make videos with several going viral on YouTube. Read more>>

Nada Khalaf-Jones

I’ve always been a writer. Since learning Latin and growing up around Arabic and German and French. Language seemed so easy! Journalism worked for a mother of four too. Always focused on writing to uplift people and science and environment. The kids would come on assignments. Now they come on film and photo shoots. They are where it’s at. Kids are energy. New. Awesome. That is the key.  Read more>>

Stephanie Guerra

Originally from NJ where her fascination with hip-hop, pop, reggae, and dancehall music grew, Stephy La Guerra was also known as Mzs. Stiletto first began her career in the music industry as a dancer/choreographer for her dance team Taste Ladies. After years of working with artists, she decided that it was time for her to step out at the apex of the cameras and take the spotlight. Having first attempted a shot as a hip-hop artist, she felt that she needed some sort of a transition that was more relatable to her style. With a Cuban background, Stephy grew up hearing the sounds of Latin artists in the likes of Celia Cruz, Aventura, musica Urbana by artists like Daddy Yankee, Tego Calderon, Don Omar, El General and her own personal favorite, Ivy Queen, who aside from her other faves; Jlo and Lil Kim, she hopes to grace the same stage with one day. Read more>>

Randi Wolfson Adamo

My family immigrated to Key West, Fl from Lithuania back in the 1880’s. They (Louis and Rose Wolfson) started a dry good store there and then eventually made their way up to Miami, Fl in 1920. I am a 5th generation South Floridian and proud to say we have all remained here and continue to be apart of the ever changing city we love dearly. Read more>>

Ilya Espino de Marotta

My story starts as a girl who loved the ocean, and through time became the chief engineer who led the Panama Canal Expansion Program to completion. I have always had a love for the ocean, and since my younger years was a fan of Jacques Cousteau a French diver who opened my eyes to the beauty underneath of the oceans. Read more>>

Chazney Thomas

I can’t remember a day where art and creating haven’t been an integral part of my life. From a very young age I couldn’t keep my hands off of a coloring book or anything I could doodle with; and to be honest I still enjoy those simple things today. Read more>>

Cristina Moreno

After working for 20 years in the largest editorial group in Mexico (El Norte, Reforma newspapers), I started writing my blog as a way to share personal interests. I was still living in Monterrey when I talked to a friend from Miami, Ana, and together we decided to write not only the blog but also write content for businesses that need social media help. Read more>>

Daniel Landau

At the age of 13 I saw Laurie Anderson’s ״Home of The Brave״ on a VHS cassette I rented from a Jerusalem video store. I was amazed by Laurie’s use of digital media as a new tool for making performance art. This experience took me on an amazing journey. I left Jerusalem to the Netherlands to study Digital Media at Royal Conservatory, The Hague (NL). Read more>>

Sheryll Raz Gold

My name is Sheryll Raz Gold. I am the owner and head designer of Blush Fashion and I Iove what I do. Blush was founded in 2004 with a real passion and desire to design stunningly timeless gowns that will simply make women happy. Read more>>

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