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Buckhead’s Rising Stars

The heart of our mission at VoyageATL 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 Atlanta’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 Buckhead’s rising stars below.

Jason Andrews

The journey to where I am today started when I was a little kid. Throughout my childhood, I spent my free time taking music lessons for voice, guitar, and piano, as well as performing in chorus. Prior to opening Spotlight Sound Studio in 2005. Read more>>

Jan Hill

I have always loved weddings and events since I was a little girl. I was a flower girl in a few weddings when I was 4 and 5 years old and just fell in love. My parents liked to entertain when I was growing up so I was given little tasks to help them. Read more>>

Megan Quintana

Makeup has always been my form of art and how I expressed myself creatively. As a young girl I’d constantly be found rummaging through my mother’s vanity, playing with every lipstick I could find. The colors fascinated me. Watching my mom apply her makeup and create certain looks on herself created a makeup obsessed child. Read more>>

Emma Pitts

I’ve spent more than a decade in the world of live events and production. I worked local radio in Louisville, Kentucky as a new college graduate, and then I moved into the residential construction space where I opened 4 locations for an event-based franchise. Read more>>

Ron Aiken

I’m a retired attorney from New York, and my wife and I relocated to Georgia 12 years ago. My writing journey started during a trip to Italy in 2000, the Jubilee Year. It was my first extended trip abroad, and I was overwhelmed by the history, art, food, and people I encountered. Read more>>

Caroline Leyburn

Growing up, I enjoyed making tree houses. But, the fun was in the making, not so much playing in the finished tree houses. In my teens, I often drew floor plans of ways our home could be remodeled, only to have my father say he didn’t want to invest too much, since, invariably we’d move every year and a half to two years. Read more>>

James Hunt

I learned everything I possibly could about credit, how to build credit and the laws pertaining to credit and I repaired my own. I actually started my business out of an Atlanta area Starbucks. Every single morning I would sit at the table with my laptop computer and an empty coffee cup. Read more>>

Michele Reed

Throughout my life I have always been described as “creative”. I have treaded many creative pathways throughout my life that have influenced my interest in photography. I am moved by music, dance, and the arts through which I have developed an appreciation for peoples expression of themselves through their art. Read more>>

Bernita Nana

I started in photography as a hobby with landscapes, eventually I progressed into stylized portrait photoshoots. I try and evoke emotion though my shoots whilst capturing a beauty of nature and romance. Read more>>

Erika Valentine

My career started when I turned down art scholarship to SCAD to be a hairdresser. I went to Paul Mitchell and shortly after worked as a makeup artist and hairdresser in Hollywood. I was able to build a portfolio and experience behind the scenes of TV shows, photo shoots, and on tour with Kanye West. Read more>>

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