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

Chad Freeborn

Serenity Farm was started a few years ago by Mr. Freeborn after he decided to slow down and semi-retire from the landscaping industry he had been in for twenty years. After selling his company he was approached by a friend about raising some beef together for themselves instead of buying the commercialized beef that is available at the grocer. Read more>>

T Lang

T. Lang is dedicated to exposing the arts and emerging communities to the creative impact and genius of dance. Lang earned her Bachelors and Masters of Fine Arts in performance and choreography from the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign) and New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts respectively. Read more>>

Whitney Boyer and Jeremy Smith

Jeremy and I moved back to Macon after spending a few years living in Atlanta. We bought an Antebellum home in the InTown neighborhood, utilized historic tax credits to do some updates and began enjoying the downtown lifestyle. Read more>>

Haleema Manzur

I first got into photography when I was in middle school. When I say “photography” I mean taking photos of myself and editing them for Myspace. In high school I started getting into Photoshop and videography. The very first atmosphere that attracted me were concert settings. Read more>>

Scott Ivey

For years I have loved woodworking. I would build things in my garage growing up, and collect whatever tools I could find. Eventually other people began to notice that the quality of the work was growing with me. Until just last year I had always made furniture, signs, and whatever other contraption I could think of for me, my family and close friends. Read more>>

Silvia and Junior Dixon

My husband and I used to work a 9-5 job. Both of worked for about 20 yrs. for someone else. Never being allowed to take holidays off. I painted and decorated in homes for friends and family for extra money on the side and Junior went to college for HVAC, electrical and plumbing. Read more>>

JB Burrage

I’ve been writing for a long time, really since I was growing up in Mississippi. I knew since 2005 that I wanted to make writing a serious business, and it took me a little longer than that to realize and accept that I am an artist. Read more>>

April Strickland

In 2013, I took a gamble! I always had a entrepreneur spirit and passion for owning my own business. I’m a girly girl at heart who loves all things Glam and sparkly as well as my love for stationery & gifts. So Glam & Paper was born.. Read more>>

Dawn King

I was struggling with my health for years. Nothing, I tried was working to change my health. I meet Dr. Marc and he taught me how to target my organs to make an impact on my health, I lost 67 pounds by making a few adjustments in my mind. Read more>>

Tracy Englund

My husband and I dabbled in photography while planning our own wedding. After an amazing experience with our own wedding photographers, we jumped right in to weddings as our desired specialty. Within one year, I was full time with a studio, and the next year, my husband went full time with me. Read more>>

Faryl Seabaugh

Although I had always dabbled with photography, I became serious about perfecting my craft after I became a mom. I wanted to capture my children as they were. Messy. Silly. Playful. I started branching out and working with other photographers to learn about giving an experience to clients that I wanted to provide. Read more>>

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