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Inspiring Stories from East Atlanta

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 East Atlanta’s rising stars below.e

Christian Zajicek

I purchased my first DSLR and 35mm SLR around the age of 16 and have been in love with both formats of photography ever since. I began taking photos of everything I could and realized after a while that what I truly loved was taking portraits. I’ve made that my focus over the last few years and feel that my work has flourished in this area. Read more>>

Blair C

I consider myself a burgeoning health and lifestyle blogger with a background in psychology, mental health counseling, education, and research. I started my website with the intent to detail the mental, emotional, and relational benefits of acroyoga, something my husband and I enjoy doing together. Read more>>

Amanda Means

I’m an Atlanta native and a lover of sweet tea and Christ. I feel like I’ve been an artist all my life, but it took a backseat to being practical and going into teaching. I once had a design professor ask me if I was sure I wanted to be a teacher… It’s something I laugh about now. Read more>>

Teni-Ola Ogunjobi

I was born and raised in the Metro Atlanta area in Decatur, Georgia. Yet, it was not until I left my hometown and even this country, that I realized what little I knew about the people and communities in and around my community and the world. Read more>>

Monica Lisa Stevenson

This powerhouse vocalist was born in Wetumpka, Al, to a talented family. MLS, as she is known, in the Gospel Industry, is the eldest of 6 children, Born to Pearlie Bowen Walker & the late George Bowen. Growing up in a small community called Atkin Hill, this is where MLS roots started in Gospel Music. Read more>>

First Lady – Eleshia V. Cash

Growing up I always knew that I was a leader and that I would be influentional one day in my community. I just did not know how. As I begin to serve in the church growing up, God gave me a heart for women’s ministry. And I understood that what a woman does comes from who she believes she is. Read more>>

Sam Nadolski

Having grown up in the Metro Atlanta area since Middle School (specifically the Roswell area), I’ve seen this city grow in ways that I never could’ve imagined when I was growing up. Upon graduating from The University of Alabama, I moved back to Atlanta and instantly became the person in my group of friends who was supposed to know what to do and, more specifically, where to eat. Read more>>

Chimere Scott

I am a professional entertainer. I started my career in music at a very early age as a vocalist, songwriter and performer. Over the years I’ve been blessed to travel internationally touring and recording with artists such as India Arie and Atlanta’s own, OutKast. Read more>>

Meghann Robinson

How I started… I was finally fed up with the fear that had been holding me back for way to long. Fear that got in the way of every thing I did: friendship, sports, self-care, swimming, singing, dancing (purely fun-dancing, not even something more serious), anything that was unknown– mostly creativity and art. Read more>>

Delphyne Lomax Taylor

We actually started Nov 1989 in a spare bedroom of my Business Partner, Dydra Virgil home. From there we moved into a 600sq foot office building off of Memorial Drive. Then to a 3500 sq ft. building on Village Square Drive to a 5000+ sq ft office building near North Lake Mall. Read more>>

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