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 North Miami below.
I do freelance work for independent music artists and studios in Miami and the main objective is to work with clients on various social media platforms to help spread positive messages and tell stories that could be relatable to various audiences. I enjoy working with others because collaborative projects are always the most fun to do and there’s no better feeling than being on set with such great energy. Read more>>
Communication is humanity’s most powerful tool. In a world that has opposing viewpoints, I felt the need to have a platform for people to say their piece and their truth about topics of the world today. I’ve spent much time traveling and seeing all walks of life communicate, congregate, disagree, and unite throughout my young adult life so far. Read more>>
Lance Ambrose Sr.
I was the kind of kid everyone expected the best out of. Being the youngest of five, my parents were southerners. My Father’s a truck driver in the day, calling for a preacher of God after it was all said and done. My mother enlisted in the Army before I was born, and by the time I was born, she was teaching. Read more>>
It was a typical day for me… thinking about life, unhappy with work, feeling stagnant, feeling like I’m not prospering but not knowing what to do or where to go. I was at the age of 23 and since my teen years, I had goals set for my 20’s. But boy, was I nowhere near them! Read more>>
The reason being, you get to connect with your subject and everyone has a story. During the time of the shoot, you can engage in discussing different experiences you have each had, and through this, you bring out their truths, A.K.A. the money shot. So, it has become a passion of mine to photograph people one on one and really tell their story through pictures. Read more>>
I am a black woman of Haitian descent, a first generation Haitian-American. I did not realize my lack of understanding and appreciation for Haitian culture until I left for college and found myself far away from South Florida, the epicenter of Haitian Culture outside of Haiti. Read more>>
I fell in love with design in school. I stumbled into it not really knowing all that it encompassed but feeling drawn to it nonetheless. I was entranced by the power of design. Its ability to enable ideas and people to connect on a deep level. Something designed well had the ability to move someone to act and I wanted to learn everything about that process. Read more>>
Starting my journey when I was 18 led me to have some scary moments in my early twenties behind the chair as it is obviously nerve-wracking to have someone’s self-confidence literally in your hands. Perseverance through that shaky time got me through to finally feel confident with my skill set. Read more>>
I’ve always loved to bake and create things. I’m still fairly new to the public but close and family and friends knew what I could do. I just took a leap of faith and stop being scared of what people may think or say. I convinced myself that I can do this and just follow my heart on what I enjoy doing. Read more>>
I got started in Real Estate by simply having a fascination with all the construction being developed in South Florida. I figured with all the new projects coming up that they will need a broker to sell them. I decided to get licensed and to go to Century 21 King Realty that was already a well-known brokerage in my area. Read more>>
I stopped doing videos and stopped making my own music, and I focused on being an engineer. I worked in one of the major studios in Miami and ran into a lot of celebrities along my path. I’ve engineered for Zoey Dollaz, Money Man, Pleasure P, YNW Melly, and a few other local and underground artist. Read more>>
I have always, since childhood been an advocate for those who I felt needed a voice, I’ve always loved being able to assist people with what I knew how to do, I think this is apart of why I grew to love school so much, it sounds cliche but I love the feeling of knowing that I can use my giftings to help resolve issues for people. The feeling is priceless. Read more>>
Moody Amarante was born and raised in Lawrence, Massachusetts but eventually moved to Miami, FL. A graduate in Film from Full Sail University, Moody began her career as an editor various networks such as Fox, E! Style Network and MTV. Eventually winning a Daytime Emmy Award as part of the production team on “Cristina’s Court.” Read more>>