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Inspiring Stories from Far North

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 the rising stars from Far North below.

Natalie Walker

Pumps Boutique has been my go-to shoe boutique since 2008. As a customer, I loved the vibe of Pumps. I could always find unique styles. Whether they were from well-known designers or cool “up & coming” designers, I knew I would always find a note-worthy, statement piece. Read more>>

Latrice Pettaway

It all started Super Bowl 2018 when the idea of starting a business was planted in my head. I’ve been dipping and decorating strawberries for years but only for friends, family and myself. Sometime around the final days of February I dove head first into Dipped and have been pushing forward ever since. Read more>>


Sélah was born and raised in Oak Cliff Texas, and graduated from Kimball High School. He is a believer in Christ, a factor that greatly influences his lyrics and music objectives- to make music that will help the current generation feel what true love used to be, away from the overly sexualized version today. Read more>>

Fabian Campos

I’ve been a life-long admirer of motorcycles and motorcycling culture. My uncle was my childhood hero and he introduced me to a love of country, Bruce Lee, Superman, Laser Discs and of course, motorcycles. All my life I wanted to ride motorcycles but my folks and closest family around me were opposed to the idea. Read more>>

Heather Gregory

My professional story is a pretty winding path. I got a degree in Architecture, worked for a number of years in non-profit management and have started and operated a few small businesses. Currently I work full time as the Director of a coworking space and entrepreneur center in Denton. Read more>>

Wesley Blalock

My passion for film-making, and cinematography started when I became fascinated with sports cars in 2013. I wanted to be able to capture these cars in a cinematic way, the way I see them. Starting out was rough, I have a background in video editing from growing up and creating YouTube videos as a kid, but I didn’t actually own any camera gear, or have the funds to purchase my own. Read more>>

Eddie Lee Henderson

I graduated with a degree in Marketing from LeTourneau University and knew that I wanted to run my own business, but didn’t know what field or industry. My family says I’ve been a storyteller from birth and I’ve played piano all my life so entertainment seemed like a natural fit. Read more>>

Demarcus Roberts

Having perused and realized a small piece of what was known as the American Dream, I found myself at a crossroad in my career. I had noticed an increase in the amount of social media posts having to do with bullying, cyber bullying and suicide. Read more>>

Jennifer Redman

My husband, Greg, and I moved to North Dallas from Atlanta in 2009 following the downturn of the economy. He’d lost his job with Wachovia and we needed a change. With his background in banking and family here, we knew this was the place to build our future. Read more>>

Jerry Cornelius

I started framing in 1975 as a part-time job in college, and fell in love with the process immediately. I was fortunate to apprentice with some true craftsmen, and learned the trade using many of the old techniques and processes that now seem out-dated but sometimes can prove to be essential. Read more>>

Theresa Westbrook

Warm, encouraging, cheerful and genuine are words that come to mind when describing Theresa Westbrook. With a professional background in nursing, ministry and media, author, minister and TV Personality Theresa Westbrook is a natural at getting to the heart of guests she interviews on her local televsion program. Read more>>

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