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Arlington’s Rising Stars

The heart of our mission at VoyageDallas 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 Dallas-Fort Worth area’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 Arlington’s rising stars below.

Becky Heath

I’ve been a full-time photographer and visual artist for over 20 years, getting my start in the marketing industry and eventually taking the plunge and starting my own Woman-Owned Small Business, Irish Coffee Studio. My clients and cohorts would say I am always striving to juxtapose efficiency and imagination into my work, whether I’m working on a corporate architecture contract, a creative photoshoot, or a mixed media venture. Read more>>

Demetrius Smith

I’ve always been around music since i was born due to my mom being a singer and my father being a musician. Originally from the Indiana / Chicago Area, my mother in her 5 boys moved to Texas where we bounced around from woman shelters to my Aunts House where we all stayed in one room. Read more>>

Ruth Lloyd

I have been sewing since I was 8 years old. I learned to sew from my Mother. I learned to use patterns and would sew Barbie clothes by hand. After taking homemaking in Junior High School, my mother allowed me to use the sewing machine. Read more>>

Rachel Garrett

Started off at University of Texas in Arlington Radio station working as a student jock. I created a talk show with my friend Lex called the Royal Tea. After graduating with a BA in broadcasting, I started working as a production assistant for Appointed Productions as in intern and then eventually working full time. Read more>>

Terrill Binion

It all started for me back in 2005, shortly after I was recovering from an ACL knee injury from playing basketball abroad and my father was just recently diagnosed with cancer. During recovery I was contemplating on my next move, my father gave me the idea to pursue cutting hair. Read more>>

Mo Akin

I help young people raise their SAT/ACT scores so they can get elite admissions and top scholarships. Why? Because I believe it’s wrong and unfair for smart and hardworking kids to not get the rewards they deserve just because they can’t figure out some weird test. Read more>>

Alexandra Turner

I learned to appreciate Mother Nature as a child while traveling all over South America with my father. We always had a house with a beautiful garden and trees. I enjoyed gathering flowers for my mother and making little hair crowns with the tiny little flowers I found around the property. Read more>>

Cameryn Mitchell

I’ve always wanted to be a very successful model. When I was 13 years old, I used to act like I was walking runways in my room. I always watch many YouTube videos about modeling! I am very photogenic, so I take many pictures. Read more>>

Brandon Anderson

grew up the male in the family, other than my father of course. Let’s just say, more females then males in the extended family. My grandma and her sister, Aunt Dot. Always we’re cooking in the kitchen, either at the house for lunch or dinner. Read more>>

Latina Jackson

I was tired of losing good paying jobs due to not having consistent childcare. I wanted to do something I enjoyed doing that allowed me to manage my own schedule and more time with my babies but also profitable. Read more>>

Monica and Kirk Black

Hello, Team Black (Kirk and Monica Black), a husband and wife team located in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. We’ve been married for 9 years and have one son. Read more>>

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