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Inspiring Stories from South 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 South Dallas and surrounding areas below.

Jasmine Carlock

I began taking my craft serious when I was pregnant at 18 and needed to make way for my new bundle of joy on the way. This was when I knew I had a gift that stood out from my family. I perfected my craft and work on many projects with well know hair companies and celebrities. From here I gained my knowledge on different hair extensions and began the research to expand my business even further and create my own line of Raw Authentic luxury hair extensions. Read more>>

Rivkins Christopher

Growing up, you can say I was always the artists. I would find myself in shape or from entertaining people whether it was performing poems in grade school or dancing at family parties. So, guess it was inevitable for me to become pursue this as a profession. After graduating from Dr. Michael M Krop Senior High Schools dance magnet program in Miami Fl. Read more>>

Morgan Nugent

I have always loved all things fashion and beauty. I quickly fell in love with western fashion after seeing girls at stock shows. After graduating, I was introduced to going dancing at places like the Fort Worth Stockyards and Silver Saloon in Terrell, Texas. I was mesmerized by all of the cute western inspired outfits. I quickly began searching for outfit inspiration on Instagram and Pinterest. As I searched, I found Instagram pages of influencers like Shaley Ham, Taylor Nobles, and MKenzee Thorn. Read more>>

Hugh Breland

In the summer of 2017, my wife and I essentially changed everything to start something… specifically something different. We did not believe that Dallas needed another church, we believed Dallas needed a different kind of church. So, we started Historic – a collaborative, empowering movement for those who have been marginalized by society and/or felt excluded from organized religion. Read more>>

Michael Witt

I started playing music when I was pretty young, beginning piano lessons when I was five. When I was 11, I wanted to learn the guitar, but my parents said that I couldn’t stop taking piano lessons. I had a small classical guitar that I received as a gift, so I figured that I could just learn how to play myself. I started my quest by sitting down and clumsily plucking through Twinkle Twinkle Little Star on one string. Read more>>

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