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Thought-Provokers: Far North Dallas

Dallas has always had an artistic soul. The culture and heritage of our city, like most great cities, owes a tremendous debt to the arts community. Supporting local art is something we care deeply about and we’d like to do everything we can to help the local arts community thrive. Unfortunately, too often media attention is monopolized by corporate interests and tabloid gossip – but culture doesn’t come from a focus on celebrity breakups it comes from a focus on the arts.

Below, you’ll find some incredible artists from in and around Far North Dallas that we hope you will check out, follow and support.

Matthew Brown

My artistic journey began much letter than I imagine many artists’ journeys did; my assumption is that most people felt drawn to photography, art, etc. early on in their lives but I never considered myself a “creative” until the last few years, picking up photography to help my wife, Lindsey, out as she began her own business. Read more>>

Fredy Mejia

It wasn’t until my freshmen year in high school, where I realized that I wanted to invest my life into the artistic rabbit hole I was falling into. Whether it was making beats for the homies or coming up with a new tag to paint around the city, I was finding my true “calling,” which was being in tune with my creative self. Read more>>

Media Creations Photography

I’ve had a love for art & anything that involved creativity since I can remember. It didn’t matter what it was if it allowed me to express myself artistically, I loved it! I remember taking my first photography class in college. Read more>>

Nikki Steele

Although I had my hands full with being a stay at home mom, turning my passion into a legitimate business was always in the back of my head, I just didn’t have the time to dedicate myself to it. Then came baby number two, our daughter, Sophia. I had two under two – life was crazy and hectic so any dream of me becoming a photographer was put on the back burner as I tended to my little babies. Read more>>

Jazmin Munichiello

I loved spending time on the east coast and capturing with my camera amazing cities like New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington DC. While living in Philadelphia, I continued going to college as my field of study was Early childhood Education. Besides photography, I had a lot of nanny jobs, and I enjoyed working with children. Read more>>

Brittany Villegas

I am a natural light, wedding, and portrait photographer in North Dallas, Texas. I would describe my photographic style as, Joyful, Authentic, Vibrant. I find happiness in making people laugh and feel good about themselves and try to portray that feeling through my images. Read more>>

Trial Drug

We are a three-piece art-pop band from Denton, Texas. Originally hailing from Pennsylvania, the members of Trial Drug formed a strong friendship centered around music in 2006. From 2006 to 2016, the individual members of Trial Drug pursued varied projects separately. Kim studied the works of Gilbert and Sullivan during college and performed several operettas for Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. Read more>>

Sylvia Leyva

I’m a natural light photographer, and I enjoy capturing moments that’ll last a lifetime. As I mentioned earlier, pictures are so important to me now. I really encourage people to book that session and take those pictures! You won’t regret it, I promise! Read more>>

Britt Hamilton

If anything I was my worst critic I never thought my work was good enough, until I perfect it. Being creative helps me express myself the best way I knew how. Therefore, this journey hasn’t been easy, and I’m still learning, and my story has just begun. Read more>>

Rachael Stonecipher

I discovered digital photography as a junior in high school. I started dabbling with images earlier on, but my high school was offering a digital photography class (with access to high-quality DSLRs), so I took the leap. Art suddenly clicked for me. I could manipulate the camera and the light to take exquisite images. Read more>>

KelliAnne Moore

I love portrait photography. I think having one sole person as the subject of your photo really draws you in and I feel like there’s so many different ways you can go about capturing someone. I’m inspired a lot by fashion, makeup, travel, the beauty industry in general, music, and lots of other forms of art. Read more>>

Kimberly Harrell

I knew that this was more than just a hobby for me…that it was something that truly brought me happiness. I invested in education and practiced on anyone who would let me! I did portraits for about six years until I switched my focus to weddings and couples — and I haven’t looked back. Read more>>

Rebecca Rice

When I’m not at the church, you’ll likely find me hanging out with my family or taking pictures of other families! I’ve been married to my amazing husband for almost four years now! We got married at 20, and both still agree it was the best decision we ever made. Read more>>

The BoomBachs

We take inspiration from every type of music that we’ve ever listened to and include it in the process of creating. For example, Marcus(keyboardist) listens to mostly hip hop, while Dave(Bass) are up on rock music. Those influences make their way into our music one way or another. Read more>>

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