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Inspiring Stories from North West 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 West Dallas below.

Angela Choi, Helen Choi

Our family moved here from Portland, OR which is a town full of foodies, organics, and whole locally sourced foods. Growing up around all of that fresh foods after moving to Dallas we wanted to in corporate our knowledge of fresh foods and our roots as Korean immigrants. Read more>>

Yvonne, Beatrix, Sylvia Gambino, Krell, Stehsel

We met in 2004 at an art class in Flower Mound. After two years of painting, we realized we had a shared passion for art, a love for color and collectively enjoyed exploring with various mediums and techniques. Read more>>

Susan Hubbard

I started this company 24 years ago in the corner of my bedroom. The original branding of the company was known as TexasChecks then. I was a single mom who formerly worked as a legal assistant for attorneys and then later as a subcontractor for the FDIC doing asset and liability searches. Read more>>

Jasmine Wallace

I got engaged December 28, 2016. After falling in love with the way my ring sparkled, I decided to start an engagement rings brand- Balacia. September 2017 I began wedding dress shopping and couldn’t find a dress I wanted after months of searching. Read more>>

Barry Rothschild

I grew up here in Dallas and I attended school at Texas Tech, I have a beautiful wife, Debbi, 9 kids, 4 grandchilren, a dog, a bird and a fish. I’ve been working in the health care uniform industry for years. When I first started, all the uniforms were white. Read more>>

Trey Allen

Growing up in South Louisiana I had an early appreciation for Music. My great Uncle Shine Mouton originated the Mouton brand Cajun accordion and it is still in production today by his nephew. Being around musical instruments and and also live music was something that was always part of my life so it was easy to work towards being a professional musician. Read more>>

Lydia Abigail

I began as an artist when I was very young. I used to paint with dollar-store water color palettes and I would announce that I would be a better artist than Leonardo Da Vinci. Sometime near middle school another child my age laughed at my work and from then on I decided that I must not be good at art. Read more>>

Tiffany O’Malley

Like many entrepreneurs, I started Course & Club out of a personal need. A few years ago I began playing golf and was surprised by the narrow style choices available to women golfers. Most were very modern and athletic looking. I was looking for something classic and elegant -but with the functional performance of sportswear. Read more>>

Meagan Wright

I love when people ask me this question because it gives me the chance to share how organically Gather Music grew and also how beautifully it has evolved. I’ve always loved music and singing especially, as far back as i can remember. Unfortunately, the older I got the more involved I became in not only music but the community that grew from it. Read more>>

Robert Brown

It was never my intent as a young man to get into the line of work I am in now. In high school I more aspired towards the performing arts, serving for a short while after high-school as a studio musician and vocal coach for a small recording studio in Austin called Music Lane, which was in the basement of what the time was called the Austin Opry House. Read more>>

Tara Storch

In March of 2010, we were on our family Spring Break ski vacation in Beaver Creek, CO having a wonderful time together. It was on the final run of the day that our oldest child, Taylor, just 13 years old, had an accident on the slopes and hit a tree. Read more>>

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