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Garland’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 rising stars from Garland and surrounding areas below.

Preston Wetherington

Nifty Fifty Films started in March 2017 when I got asked to film a friend’s wedding. I was talking with my boss at the time, who is also a videographer and we began to realize that we can make a good side business out of this. Read more>>

Kimberley Montgomery

My story begins with a traumatic event. I was admitted into the hospital for a little over three weeks with a mysterious disorder that caused me to lose a lot of blood, shut off my kidney function, and raise my blood pressure to dangerous levels. Read more>>

Alexis Daniels

For as long as I can remember, I’ve always enjoyed taking pictures in my leisure time growing up. When I was in high school, I started taking photography classes and learned how to shoot film, and develop my own pictures. Read more>>

Tram Trinh

I was born in a family that values education, so my parents always wanted us to at least finish University. When I finished high school, of course, I had to go straight to University. When I was 18, my aunt owned a very busy Permanent Make-up Salon. I became very interested in the work she was doing. I asked her if I could possibly learn how to do it? She said “Yes of course. Read more>>

Maria Fernanda Arzola Mata

I have always been the “crafty” one, even since I was younger, I was always wanting to design and create things. So nonetheless, “crafty” is what brought me to where I am today. Last May, I created my very first set of key-chains, eight of them to be exact. Read more>>

Jon Graff

My wife and I have always been into education. Both of us wanted nothing more than to go to college, get our degrees, and do what everyone says you’re supposed to do to have a successful life. Along the way through our degrees. Read more>>

Charlicia Harper

I moved to Dallas roughly four years ago, on a leap of faith, and decided to start my “adult” life journey. I had no family here, very few friends, a new found company to work for, and plenty of ignorance of how “the real world” operated. I had recently graduated with my bachelor from the University of Kansas. Read more>>

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