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Inspiring Stories from Far West

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 West below.

Jennifer Kulick

Throughout my journey, I also found a love for painting inspirational canvases and drawing bright and uplifting cards and prints. I find a lot of my inspiration from quotes, books I’ve read, and wonderful people I have been so lucky to meet. While most of the art I create goes to kids, I never considered myself to be good with children. Read more>>

Dr. Carla Pulliam

Life puts barriers in our path. And life presents opportunities. In many ways, I’ve had fewer obstacles than most, insofar as my parents valued education and had the means to enable me to pursue it. I was loved and was exposed to many and varied experiences growing up. Read more>>

NaTyshca Pickett

Top Wire Editing & Publishing continues to grow as we now added services to help growing businesses with the content and copywriting or their websites and other publications.  The story is about my son’s journey with hearing loss, told from his perspective. I published this book under my own publishing company. Read more>>

Lee Ann Clark

We started as all great bakeries do, in my home kitchen, in 2009. We opened a retail storefront four years ago (2016) in the quaint little shopping village of Old Oak Square. In the four years of doing retail, we have outgrown our building and this past December 2018, we double the size of our building, but got to stay in the same spot! Read more>>

Allegra Oatis

I started doing my own hair at the age of seven. I would put my own hair in big puff ponytails and braid my hair in two big braids just for school or to go outside and play. In 2012-2013, I was on the dance team in high school. It was my senior year. My dance coach was a cosmetologist so he would do the whole dance team hair and makeup. Read more>>

Gavin Papit

I believe that Jesus was God’s son, went to the cross outside of Jerusalem nearly 2000 years ago, rose from the dead on the third day, and in so doing paid the penalty of all the brokenness we experience in this life… including the pain I navigated as my seemingly perfect family broke apart when I was 11. And while my story isn’t that special, the good news Jesus offers really is the greatest story ever told. Read more>>

Stephen Spurlock Jr.

After graduating with a degree of the Bachelor of Arts in Information Technology in May of 2018, I felt that I had accomplished all of the goals my parents had wanted me to obtain. It was then when I insisted on following my passion for modeling full fledge. Since then, I have continued to connect and network with others in the industry, in addition to building my portfolio. Read more>>

Anna Brandon

Soren Kierkegaard said something like “Life can only be understood backward; the trouble is we have to live it forwards.” I would never have been able to predict the many twists and turns along the way. Academics was difficult because I went to graduate school in mid-life, so I wasn’t like the majority of other graduate students. Read more>>

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