EDDIE ARCADIA is best known as the singer for the band VOZ FRONTERA.
Born in Los Angeles to recent immigrant parents from Mexico, Eddie took advantage of a bi-cultural
upbringing, absorbing American music, television, and films, but retaining a profound love and
respect for his Mexican roots.
At age 15 he moved with family to San Diego later attending college there where he studied a mix
of Engineering, Political Science, and Visual Arts. It is there as a student where he began a
trajectory towards film, television, and entertainment, writing and filming a short film
entitled "Two Nights, Three Days", named after the Voz Frontera song of the same name.
This Black-and-White 5 minute short film was filmed in 16mm with the help and participation of friends
and colleagues, and he has desribed it as "Part Sci-Fi, part music video, and environmental statement".
The short film details the adventures of the band Voz Frontera in the year 2073: a difficult time when
Global Warming has taken its toll on the earth.
In 2005 he founded Modelstar, a Multi-media production house producing high-definition programming
for the Latin community, based in San Diego.
In 2007 while filming a promotional video in Mazatlan, Mexico, Eddie had an idea for an original Telenovela - the wildly popular
export of Latin America - called "Modelos", about the experiences at an international talent agency. In this
project Eddie found an opportunity to showcase his visual, artistic, and musical talent.
Eddie is currently filming this production in San Diego, Los Angeles, and Mexico. Arcadia was born
June 25th in Hollywood, California.