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Inspiring Stories from Stafford

The heart of our mission at VoyageHouston 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 Houston’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 rising stars from Stafford and surrounding areas below.

Stephanie Coley

A chance to find all your self-care needs, a time to find the things that make you feel good about yourself from haircare products to skincare products all in one stop. I got to where I am today by doing what I love. Blessed Hair Supply, is not just about Hair; it’s a Lifestyle. I educate people on how important it is to love yourself. Mental Health is at an all-time high, Self-love is vital, and I wanna make people feel beautiful and special. Read more>>

Jan Claude Orda

I put God first, the more things moved towards the dojo growing. I hesitated for a long time to open my own dojo because it’s not like I’ve won a bunch of martial arts tournaments or have a black belt in any martial arts style. I simply love people and love martial arts. So by God’s grace and simply the way he knows how my mind works, he pointed me towards the one great inspiration that helped me push past my own doubts, Bruce Lee. Read more>>

Natalya Hutchinson

I fell in love with color and typography. In high school, I was becoming more comfortable with my peers. I was doing commissions of customized letterman jackets, backpacks, sweatshirts, and sports-related artwork. This is also when I started falling in love with my only graphic design class and sketching shoes. Read more>>

Jason Williams

I am a self-taught visual artist, originally from Great Yarmouth England. I moved to Scotland when I was seven and to the US when I was 14. I have always been a creative person, from drawing doodles in my notebook to making up funny characters and acting them out for laughs. I wasn’t necessarily the best student but I got by with okay grades mostly through copying and becoming fren-emies with my teachers. Read more>>

Azalia Pleasant

I decided to go to the Arts Institute of Houston and graduated in 2013. I worked in different restaurants under great chefs. I opened my catering company “Azalia’s Choice” in 2014, doing catering, cooking classes, and meal prep. I always wanted my own food truck. In July 2018 that dream finally came true. I opened Nola Eats LLC food truck. Read more>>

1 Comment

  1. Timothy Cour-Palais

    February 23, 2018 at 1:58 am

    You should definitely check out Twisted Catfish. They are a food truck that has succeeded and expanding. Best Catfish in Houston

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