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My name is Nocturnal. With over 15 years of experience in photography and imaging, I have made it a point to pay attention to the details in life that often go unnoticed. I strive to take that same care in crafting your photographic reality or fantasy into a thing of beauty, art and relevance.
A Brief Bio: Edwin Vazquez is a singer/guitarist/composer/artist born in Santurce Puerto Rico raised in Park Slope Brooklyn, New York. Edwin’s musical style is a Fusion of Rumba, Flamenco, Bolero, Bossanova, with a mixture of jazz and R&B elements sung in both the Spanish and English language with a unique blend of original lyrics. For more information please check out:
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is a singer/songwriter, warrior against cancer and aspiring author. The daughter of a merengue musician and born in Barahona, Dominican Republic, she now lives and works in New York City.
Carmelina Vargas first appeared on the national music scene in the summer of 2008 with the release of her first single “Mueve Las Caderas,” a rhythmic modern Pop/R&B track infused with a tropical style. ASCAP Latino highlighted Carmelina’s debut album titled “Morena” (Morena Records, June 9, 2009) as one of the most anticipated albums of the coming year.
As things were heating up for Carmelina, she was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer. After undergoing surgery and treatments, and being true to the fighter and positive spirit that she is, Carmelina returns to her music and her fans as a survivor.
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Mia Roman Hernandez
is an internationally known, award-winning Nuyorican self taught artist, educator, illustrator and workshop facilitator. Born and raised in New York City, her artwork has been showcased in national and international exhibitions, art galleries, local community institutions and private collections. Mia has taught at The Children's Art Carnival Art School in NYC, River Bank State Park and at La Casa Azul Bookstore during the summer of 2012. Her passion is to express herself through her art and writing. We all have a story to tell with many ways of sharing them. Mia's creative language is color, her medium for storytelling.