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Inspiring Stories from North 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 North Atlanta’s rising stars below.

Mitchell Graham

Hi, my name is Mitchell Graham, but some of you may know me as Meechh. My journey being the man behind the camera first began in 2009, by creating comical skits with a music collective named “Never Back Down Music Group.” NBDMG & I attended the Boys and Girls Club of Metro Atlanta, the place that primarily sparked me to use a camera. Read more>>

Malerie Thornton

My story as a natural hair ambassador began in 2011 as part of a holistic wellness promise I made to myself. A central part of my brand also stems from my roots as a Louisiana native. I consider myself the embodiment of “Creole, Curls and Curves!” My inspiration to leverage this wellness journey online began while I was in college at Loyola University. Read more>>

Eric Graves

The Ga State Park system built the Hike Inn as an environmentally based backcountry lodge in 1998. Their goal was to have as little impact on the environment while providing guests a place to reconnect with nature and their families. A nonprofit, Len Foote Hike Inn, Inc. was established by the Georgia Appalachian Trail Club to run the inn for the state park system. Read more>>

Tracey Burnette and Robin Blan

After losing our beloved five-pound Pekingese, Rocky, Around Back at Rocky’s Place began from a vision in a dream. The gallery originated in a tool shed that is located around the back of the house. To honor our canine companion, Around Back at Rocky’s Place was born. Read more>>

Nancy Blum

I’ve always practiced art in some way. My mother was an artist and I was exposed to different kinds of art. In college I was encouraged by my professors to pursue a career in art and worked at the Duke University Art Museum, but it wasn’t until many years of working in business that I was able to work full time as an artist. Read more>>

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