Jonathan De Camps was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico to Dominican parents in November 1983, raised in the Dominican Republic, and brought up with the rich culture and beautiful scenery of the Caribbean.
Jonathan's lifelong interest in narrative imagery in films, paintings and photography led him to pursue a BA in Advertisement in 2008. In 2009, he moved to South Florida to broaden his horizons in the visual arts. In 2013, he earned an MFA in Visual Arts from the Miami International University of Art and Design. Today, Jonathan continues to work with staged narrative stories through documentary photography about immigrant communities and urban lifestyles.
Rebecca Wakefield is an award-winning writer, project manager and communications consultant based in Miami for 15 years. Her writing has been published in the New York Times, Newsweek, Miami Herald, Miami New Times, Naples Daily News, Miami Sun Post, Daily Business Review, South Florida CEO, among many others. She also served as editor of the Miami Book Fair International, did a stint as co-host of an AM radio political affairs show, served as chief of staff to a small town mayor, and provided communications services to a variety of social justice organizations, among other shenanigans.