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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.

Robert Maston

Since I was a child, I was always in sports football, track and field, swimming, and tennis but knew my main talent was running. From elementary to high school, my summers and school years consisted of playing sports. During my high school track career. Read more>>

Jenna Vanloon

I’ve been a hobbyist photographer most of my life. I’ve also been a surrogate 2x, so when a fellow surrogate asked me to photograph her birth, I was honored and also slightly panicked as most of my experience includes natural light outdoor photography. Read more>>

Christina Logan-Rowe

I started out baking for my family, friends and co-workers for the holidays, special occasions and just because cravings BUT it was from a box mix. I enhanced the box mix to the point it tastes like it was from scratch. In 2012, I became serious and passionate about baking. Read more>>

Preach The Poet

I started writing at a young age. With poetry though actually writing them out fully and going on a stage to perform them was something that became part of my life in college while I was in AL. I was apart of a small artist collective on my campus and we came together and had some amazing shows on our campus and it grew from there. Read more>>

Blanche Johnson

I’m Blanche J, an indie vocalist and songwriter originally from Wildwood, FL. I like to call my music SoulFunk. When I think of soul, I think of being with my family having good food, good vibes, and good times. And funk is like a big party! So fusing the comfort, the warmth, and the love, with the party – you get my music. Read more>>

Mehrnoush Moslemi

I was born in Iran, and moved to America with my parents when I was 6 years old. My parents were my first gateway into the art world. My father drew my mother pictures of different images from nature as well as portraits of her which she kept and showed me as a child. Read more>>

Foodie Munster

I started as a five your old boy learning about the restaurant business in my dad’s restaurant. My dad’s side of the family had a group of family operated restaurants in Mexico. I spent several summers learning both front and back of the house. After graduating from high school. Read more>>

Ryan J

Well, I started singing around the age of 11 or 12 years old. I started picking up on music at a young age by watching my great grandmother singing and piano in church. She was excellent at it and very skilled. She definitely had God-given talent. My Dad was also a singer back in the day. He was in a band with a famous Jazz Musician Kenny G called Cold, Boat and Together. Read More>>

Corinne James

My grandson, Jordan, was diagnosed with sickle cell anemia. As an infant, his pediatrician placed him on penicillin to take daily! I quickly noticed it was a revolving door of him being in & out of the hospital with week long stays. He couldn’t catch a break from many ailments & being sick. Read more>>

Janet Ellis

As I grew up in a family of alcoholics and witnessing abusive family dynamics, as I stepped into adulthood, I continued the generational behavior I witnessed from all around me. I believed it and thought that was my life, I was depressed, sad and confused. Read more>>

DrCheri Moore

My entire life, I was taught that people would respect me, only if I gave them a reason. So I set out to make a name for myself. I was also taught that I needed to be Great at Everything that I decided to accomplish. At age 7, I had tea parties, so that I would receive Barbie Dolls. Read more>>

rocstaryoshi

I started making music senior year of high school (2017), but I’ve always been around it. I played cello in orchestra when I was in elementary and taught myself how to play lots of other stringed instruments when I was younger too. I’ve always kinda known I was gonna do this. After about three years and a lot of hard work here I am. Read more>>

Yvonne Tijerina

To give a clear picture of how August Sisters Homespun Emporium started. I have to give a small glimpse of my upbringing. When I was in Elementary & Middle school, my Mom was like the neighborhood Mom. When me & my sibling’s friends came over. Read more>>

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