Born in the Dominican Republic to a Dominican mother and a Cuban father, Noelia Madiedo moved to Singapore in 2010 in search of adventure and self-discovery. Singapore became the launching pad for her career as a photographer, and the backdrop for a lot of her most inspiring images. Through her craft, she’s able to capture the mystical landscapes and the essence of the people she encounters during her travels. Madiedo has a particular love and devotion for the Far East. Becoming enamored with its history and culture, she’s captured her most favorite moments while visiting Nepal, Bhutan and The Himalayas. In 2014, she debuted Untouched, a travel photography exhibit of 25 limited works exclusively for MIYO Home. Her most recent work was inspired by a trip that she took to Myanmar last summer, where her wanderlust took hold and inspired her to click some of the most beautiful images of her life; NoeliaMadiedo.com.
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