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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.

Lori Feil

I founded Pajama Rama in 2013 after my daughter had an accident and was rushed to the children’s hospital via ambulance. After the accident, I felt an urgency to give back to the hospital/community. I looked at the hospital’s website and, on their need/wish list in big bold print, was “PAJAMAS.” Oprah calls this an “ah ha” moment. I like to call it a God thing as the light bulb went off in my mind. Read more>>

Sabrina Nichole

Two years ago after the birth of my second child, I was in an immediate position to make a drastic change in my life. I was diagnosed with postpartum depression, and I felt the need to make an effort to better my mental state. I have always loved dressing up and expressing myself through my wardrobe and makeup. Read more>>

Lucas Morgan

My career path officially started when I graduated from Full Sail University in Orlando with a bachelor’s degree in Computer animation. Video games and 3D art was a big passion of mine growing up. 3D art is a subject that people today can approach from an artistic standpoint or a more technical standpoint. Read more>>

Nikhat Qureshi

As my mother recalls, I was spotted live-sketching our pet poodle on a writing slate. I was in my elementary school probably the 4th of 5th grade, both my parents were awestruck by my drawing so accurate that the sleeping poodle looked sleeping as he rested under the Peepal tree in our courtyard back in Depalpur. Read more>>

Lauryn Henry

A little less than two years ago, I started my fashion and lifestyle blog, Lauryn Lately Blog. I was a fairly recent college graduate working on my MBA and trying to figure out exactly what I wanted to do with my life. After realizing that my personal life lacked the creativity that I desired. Read more>>

Rickey Booker

I started in the nightclub business by owning a gentlemen’s club at first, then transition into Pink Lounge night club, which I think is a gem of the Oakcliff area which the area it’s located soon will be phase 2 of the Bishop Arts District. The Pink Lounge been a wonderful gathering spot for some regulars. Read more>>

Debbra Coursey

I started painting in high school, but I’ve always loved all types of art even as a little girl. Painting gives me an avenue to represent the beauty God created. I paint land, sea, mountains, all the scenery that’s beautiful in a realistic style and quite detailed. Read more>>

Wezzy Fields

I started my journey in my 11th or 12th-grade year of HS. A young athletic kid that hung with “popular kids” of the school. Quiet but entertaining. While pursuing the 1st love of my like (football). I started to pick up a different love, a different passion that I have always been interested in, but never knew how. Read more>>

Davarion Johnson

I grew up in Barbara Jordan projects in the Oakcliff area. I was always the active kid, and my older brother and the older kids would always make me fight. It seemed almost every week I was fighting or someone around me was. We would go to the boys and girls club and get jumped by the West Dallas kids. The grown-ups would stop us from being jumped and made us fight one on one. Read more>>

Paige Byrd

Thiel & Thiel was established more than twenty years ago. The founding partners, Beth and Kurt Thiel, started the business and built their portfolio concentrating within their area of expertise in country club interior architecture and design. While building the Thiel & Thiel team, Beth and Kurt Thiel hired Elyssa Barksdale as an intern and shortly after, Paige Byrd as an interior designer. Read more>>

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