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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.

Nicolas Chirinos

The Jameson Fog started as a musical project in 1994, under the name Marigold. After many years, The Jameson Fog was officially formed in spring 2015 with Jason Korman and Nicolas Chirinos. Jason Korman, the most talented bass guitarist in DFW, met up with Nicolas in Arlington, and after a 15 hour jam session, the two began to build what’s known as, “The Foggy Family Sound”. Read more>>

Todd Earnhart

Opened my first tanning salon 29 years ago in Houston, Texas. Our business continuously evolved into more and more services outside of traditional tanning. It was this evolution that prompted me to re-brand our business to a more fitting name to the type of business we had become. Read more>>

Erika Pitstick

In 2004, my husband Price started mowing yards with two of his high school friends. When a mentor of theirs named Garrett Dean gave them 30 of his clients, this gave them the motivation to continue growing their business. Read more>>

Kerri Dickey

My passion for photography really hit when I was young. I declared that I wanted to be a photographer when I was in middle school however also had a strengths in the math and sciences and held onto both sides dearly all the way through my first few years of college where I tried bringing my right and left brains together for success. Read more>>

Katie Hays

Galileo Church was born just over four years ago as an experiment in creating a community of belonging for spiritual refugees — those for whom church has become boring, irrelevant, exclusive, or even painful. We knew that traditional Christianity was leaving out (or pushing out) very young adults as well as LGBTQ+ people and the people who love them. Read more>>

Kendrick Shaw

I’ve always been a fan of photography. My love for it progressed when I signed up for Instagram about 4 years ago. I started posting mostly landscapes and city pictures. From there, I grew a local following and then the inquiries started to come in. My first session I ever did was a maternity session on Turtle Creek in Dallas TX. Read more>>

Christina Seckinger

After graduating from Texas A&M, I began my career in sales in 2010. I actually started out selling custom tailored suits and clothing for men, then moved on to selling copiers. When my husband got transferred to Casper, Wyoming for 6 months, his company offered me a position as well. Read more>>

Robert Fonner

Well, I personally came to work here in 2010 after the passing of my Father. He had been a stage 1 diabetic all his life and when my parents got married at 18, Mom was told that he would not live past 25. We credit her with keeping him around until he was in his 60’s. Read more>>

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