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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.

Tristine Davis

I’ve spent years traveling the world teaching photography classes, hosting retreats and sharing my love of all things aquatic. As a certified SCUBA diver, certified freediver and award-winning Professional Photographer, my enthusiasm and love for the water is evident in the images and experiences I’m able to immortalize through my photography. Read more>>

Julie Berry

I’ve been an artist for as long as I can remember. Since I was able to walk, I danced. As the youngest of three, I always looked up to my older sister and brother and imitated what they did. I grew up in a Navy family and as a young child, I got used to my dad being away for long stretches of time for deployments. Read more>>

Chaute Thompson

I’ve dreamed of owning a private practice since 10th grade and I’ve been working towards this goal. After graduating, getting married and having my first child I started the journey. By the time I was doing my internship, I was having hardship in my relationship, which eventually led to a divorce. Read more>>

Briana Jones

I have been professionally modeling for a little under seven months. I started modeling an accident if I’m being honest. I was walking home from a night out with my friends and I saw this guy walking around Clematis Street wearing a camera and body gear to record. As I was walking by him, I jokingly told him “to make sure he got my good side.” Read more>>

J. Griffie

I realized that music is more than just a language but is actually life itself, and can be used to shape the existence I chose to take part in. I also realize thought my journey that negative mindset blocks you from your highest potential, so I’ve start promoting a positive life and spreading love and joy anywhere I go. Read more>>

Eniko Olah

Since I didn’t feel I could change things from the inside to the extent I wanted, I decided to leave and start my own company. That is how Sans Market was born. The word ‘sans’ means without, and I was inspired by the idea of instead of telling people how they need stuff with ‘this’ or with ‘that’. Read more>>

Jennifer Arteaga

I am versatile and have done many furniture designs and full kitchen and bath renovations, along with boutique commercial projects. I have a strong understanding of color, surfaces and pulling all elements together. I strive to create a space that is truly unique and functional for each of my clients! Read more>>

Jeff Williams

Sun Signs started in 2015 in St. Pete, Fl as an accumulation of interests in both art, typography and mid-century design. Signs gave me an outlet in which I was able to take my typographic based art and turn it into functional work for friends small business ventures. Read more>>

Yris Demartini

One of my earliest memories is when I was seven years old in first grade. This was in Peru about 20 years ago, and the school system was, and still is, different from here. I’ve always been outgoing and made friends quickly, so the very first day and ran towards the classroom waiving goodbye to my mother as I was excited to learn and meet new friends. Read more>>

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