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Inspiring Stories from Palm Beach

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 Palm Beach below.

L’ Suavo

I am an upcoming artist from Palm Beach, Florida. Grew a connection to music at a very young age and never looked back ever since. Been blessed with an exceptional team down the road, and we eventually ended up starting a production company called NVS Pros ( Based in West Palm Beach, Florida. As an artist, I’ve been featured on blogs/media companies such as NPR Music, as well as Burgundy Zine, and I only plan on progressing from there! My music is a mixture between Rnb, Pop, and HipHop. Read more>>

Lisa Kaw

I moved to Florida five years ago, and that’s when I started painting! Coming from Boston, I was ready to break free of drab winters and embrace endless colorful summers. I painted a lot of abstract acrylic on canvas and sold my work at local festivals and galleries. My favorite project was painting a huge turquoise, yellow, and pink mural titled “City Sunset” atop a parking garage in downtown West Palm Beach. Read more>>


Since elementary I’ve noticed out of all the subjects, the classes that involved creativity we’re the ones where I felt a sense of comfort like “I’m supposed to be here” which I believe gave me the confidence to perform very well and try to exceed in whatever the current project was. However, on the other end of the spectrum, classes that were completely logic-based drained my entire motivation, their was no natural flow. That realization has boomeranged numerous times in my life. Read more>>

Allen Cadet-Civil

I’m originally from West Palm, I was raised by my Grandmother and I was always intrigued by music from a very young age. It all starts with playing “hot cross buns” on a recorder. My teacher at the time saw how much I love his class, so he told my grams that I continue and find other instruments to play. So at the age of seven, I started playing drums at church. This is around the same time I started playing cello over at my elementary. Read more>>

Aaron Norman

When I was about six years old, I saw Brittney Spears on MTV performing in front of a really large crowd and ever since then, I knew I wanted to end up playing a role in the music and fashion industry. In 2016, my best friend, stage name ‘G Pope” began to release music on Soundcloud, and while our school pointed fingers, his song had begun to receive over 300,000 views, and from that point on I knew we could do whatever we wanted in this short life. Read more>>

Lavon Rushing

My father (Bobby Rushing Sr.) is a guitar and he was my inspiration. My goal as a child was to be on stage with him. So as a child, I practice on a little acoustic guitar around the house. The music that woke my brother and I up on weekends was widely spread. Sounds from the Tempatations to Prince and Al Green to Bob Marley. Which molded my sound and approach later on in my musical career. Read more>>

Neil Cohen

When I was in high school, my family and I lived in Key West. My father, who always had a love for photography, decided to open a photo lab. I started working there while in my junior year and quickly found an interest. I took my 1st photography class in my senior year and we would leave campus to use the darkroom at the college. I went to tour The Art Institute of Ft. Lauderdale at the possibility of going there after graduation and as soon as I walked in the darkroom. Read more>>

Kelly Bergman

I baked my first baking item without a box about five years ago with my ex-fiance. It was a banana bread and it was absolutely delicious, I didn’t realize how much of a difference it made to not use a box! So after that, I baked some more, but not a lot because I was working all the time. After a few months of baking, my fiance and I split up and I ended up living out of my car and campsites for about four months, so I had to stop baking for a while. Read more>>

Christian Beach

Started making music in high school for fun. Released my first solo song in 2016, got a local buzz then I took things seriously in 2017. Released my song Rude and it went viral got millions of streams online. Ended up doing my very first shows in Israel/Canada. Built-up my fanbase. Now I have a single “2 Cold” I released with my favorite artist of all time Vybz Kartel. Read more>>

Edgar Senquiz

My Dad was a security guard in a hospital in New Jersey for many years while I was growing up. I always wanted to follow in his footsteps as I got older. Sadly, he passed away when I was just 24 years old. I moved to Florida in 2012 and I had a full-time job but decided to pursue my dream and get my licenses to be a security officer. I worked for a few companies, but a lot of them only offered part-time work. Read more>>

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