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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.

Katelyn Cucinotta

Born and raised in Boynton Beach, Florida, I spent more time in the water during my childhood than on land. I was raised alongside avid surfers and watermen, becoming a certified scuba diver the minute it was legal. Read more>>

Esland Berjuste

When I was 12 years old my father wanted me to see his birth place and learn more about my culture so he brought me to Haiti for the first time. I fell in love with Haiti as soon as I stepped off the plane but outside the airport is where my heart started to break. Read more>>

Jessica Bordner

In 2009, I was working a 9-5pm job with a childhood friend of mine. On the weekends we would take our camera’s out for fun and we realized over after work dinners and many weekends hanging out that we both had similar passions and dreams of photography. Read more>>

Zoë de Boehmler

I moved to Florida 15 years ago from Trinidad in the West Indies. To this day I am still proud to be a Trini and find ways to keep my culture alive within my self and my two amazing daughters. I started indieSWIM in 2012 with a girl friend who shared a love for the beach life and a desire to design and create unique swim wear with a fit flattering to all body types and a have a platform to encourage women to embrace their shape. Read more>>

Bradley Grace

Chef and owner Bradley James Grace had searched far and wide for a pork sausage reminiscent of the ones his family bought from the local butcher each week in his native Ireland. Disappointed by his fruitless quest for high quality sausage, Bradley began crafting his own recipes. Read more>>

Mike Davis

I grew up in Augusta, GA (there wasn’t much good going on there at all). I’ve always been known for having a big smile, an easy going personality, and being a die-hard Georgia Bulldogs football fan. I nearly had my life taken in a variety of ways (fights that led to seizures, crossfire, falling asleep behind the wheel while intoxicated). Read more>>

Jimmy Everett, Ilia Gonzalez Colon

Driftwood’s Chef/Owner, Jimmy Everett began his career working in restaurants while attending high school, developing a strong work ethic and a passion for the industry. His formal training began at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY. Read more>>

Ben Katzaman

In twenty fourteen I got lost riding my motorbike through the Bali jungle. I eventually came to a village of talented carvers struggling to make a living. After spending time in their huts, meeting their families and watching their art come to life, I asked him the carve an infinity sign that I could purchase to take back as a gift for a friend. Read more>>

Danielle Mitchell Zelaya

Gather & Seek is a design company that I started 3 years ago, and is the momma company to The Station. Once I got involved with the owners of The Warehouse District after doing their website and branding, they gave my team and I the opportunity to take over a dusty warehouse and do something cool with it, as long as it was retail driven. Read more>>

Elizabeth Charron

I began my journey into midwifery as a young single mother of two. Before I found my calling as a midwife, I was unsatisfied, having had many different occupations. The only part of my life that I truly enjoyed was parenting. Read more>>

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