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Inspiring Stories from North Dallas

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 North Dallas below.

Neffy Raps

Born to a 15-year-old mother in Baltimore, most people didn’t think I would make it or become anything. Making my mother proud and proving those people wrong always motivated me to be the best at everything I do. Before coming to Dallas, I had recently graduated from college. Read more>>

Whitney Williams

I have always loved how the world looks through the lens of a camera. How you can freeze a moment in time and look back on that photo a day, a week, a year later and feel the same emotions. I originally took photography classes in high school and kind of dropped photography to become a mama. Read more>>

Daisey Brown

I have always had a love for clothes or anything beauty related, a bit of a girly girl you could say. I started getting questions about what I was wearing, my makeup, and where I shopped as a teen. I wanted to create a platform to share my personal style as well as be a good resource for others. Read more>>

Hannah Wolf

My name is Hannah Wolf (1997) – I was born and raised in McKinney, Texas. I struggled immensely through school when I was younger. I remember spending countless nights upset because I was never good at the school basics such as math. Read more>>

Tyler Relph

I am from New York and played High school basketball there where I won Mr Basketball of New York. I went on to play at West Virginia and Saint Bonaventure in College and then had a career ending knee injury. I coaches Division 1 basketball at Saint Bonaventure and fell in love with working with players on the court. Read more>>

Dorothy Huoth

I’ve always had an affinity towards drawing. I have always been a creative, but alas, with Asian parents art is not the way to success. I draw during my down time to decompress from regular work life (in insurance) and I am obsessed with art supplies. Read more>>

Fred Fields

It was couple weeks before my first scrimmage of my last season as a college athlete. I was searching the web for cleats that had my team colors until I discovered it was rare to find many cleats exactly how I wanted them. Instantly did some research and found out it was possible to customize cleat. Read more>>


My name is Scott Smart, a local photographer here in the DFW area. Photography allows me the opportunity to capture beautiful and expressive moments for everyone to enjoy. Whether it be a simple scenery with broad colors, I’m there to capture it all. Read more>>

Ada Crenshaw

My name is Ada Crenshaw. I was born and raised in Louisiana. As a little girl, I would have never thought I would be here doing what I am doing in my career. When I was in high school, I had my mind set on becoming an OB-GYN. I wanted to follow in my mom’s footsteps by working in the medical field. Read more>>

Duke Weaver and Cristian Quiroga

Milk Money is a brand that highlights the wit, style and pointed personality of our mini-me’s. We make quality, relevant and fun wearables rooted in the culture and style that we grew up on and which still lives in our minds and hearts. For today’s parents, it’s what we would’ve worn had we had a choice. Read more>>

Meagan Hobbs

I’ve always been passionate about baking. As a little girl I’d watch cooking shows and beg my mom to buy me the ingredients to recreate whatever they whipped up on the episode. Fast forward to my late teens, I found out I have Endometriosis. For those of you who don’t know, it’s a disease that causes chronic pain and can cause infertility. Read more>>

Nikki Woods

I have been in radio and TV for 20 plus years. Um, I have worked in st Louis, I’ve worked in Boston, worked at ESPN in Connecticut, um, Chicago and, uh, eventually train, you know, transitioned my way down to Dallas. So I have, um, done everything from you being a news anchor to a sports reporter. Read more>>

Chajuanna Lipsey

My family is from the Midwest, Kalamazoo, Michigan. My family has recipes that has been in our family for centuries. I remember as a child, watching my family in the kitchen preparing meals for the family, and thinking I want to do that some day. I moved down south in my early teens. Read more>>

Ashley Vaughn

I started singing as an outlet for the stress in my life. I would write poetry and rhymes thinking I’d never share with the world. I shared one video and I’ve been getting all kinds of positive feedback and encouragement. Now I just want to share my story with the world and encourage people to follow and chase their dreams. Read more>>

Amy Tasukada

I started writing regular when I was ten years old. My first stories were anime fanfiction that I would share with my friend. Around my early teenage years I began to write original fiction. These stories were science fiction and would span several books. Read more>>

Hunter Phillips

Let’s start this off by saying, I’m a real estate loser. Thank goodness. After five years in real estate with very little success. I needed to find something that would provide more value in this highly competitive industry where everyone and their dog is a REALTOR. Read more>>

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