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 of West Dallas and surrounding areas below.
I remember I would always tell my wife that I would have a business and it would be named Gross316ink. I never knew it would be Photography on the end of it though. I fell in love with Photography, purchased my first Nikon Camera, and the rest was history. Read more>>
My journey as a speaker began over 20 years ago, somewhat. As a freshman in high school I found myself in a public speaking class. If I could have dropped the class I would have. At that time being forced to speak in front of a crowd was terrifying. Well, the day came that I was to speak in class. Read more>>
I am an oil painter. I started painting when I was nine. In art school, I moved into the world of advertising and graphic design, and worked as an art director in Los Angeles and New York. All the while, my love of fine art persisted. I knew I had the ability to create scenes that told a story. Read more>>
My name is Quinn Dorsey, I am a screenwriter, film enthusiast, an avid basketball coach and LGBTQ advocate in Dallas, TX. I graduated from Southern Methodist University a predominantly white institution (PWI) and spent my years there living in a constant state of exclusion and existed as an anomaly. Read more>>
Our company started in 2008 out of our living room. We started with the mission to help people who could not help themselves. Over the past ten years, we grew slowly and steady. Home Health was a pretty popular business to get into back in 2008 here in Dallas. Read more>>