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 Neartowns’s rising stars below.
The idea came around about Spring 2010. Really all just a thought. I reached out to my dawgs Dot, G, Q and Art, ran it by um and they were rockin’ with it. At that time like I say really just all an idea so no product or site came about until later. G started a blog where he was placing content of what we thought FLYFE (FLY LIFE) was, it gained a lil traffic and got us rolling in a good direction. Read more>>
I’m a 24-year-old beauty enthusiast from Biloxi, Mississippi that relocated to Houston approximately two years ago to pursue my passion for the beauty industry. Since then, I am now a licensed esthetician that is certified in: eye-lash extensions, make-up, teeth whitening, and permanent make-up application. I am so thrilled and honored to be able to share my story of how all of this began with you today. Read more>>
Forward Thinkers, Inc.
Forward Thinkers is an organization of professional men, recent graduates from Prairie View A&M University, that have come together with a common goal in mind. Brandon Bilton, David Alexander Jr., James Turner III, Trevor Lewis, and David Brown Jr. met in college as friends and through the years they have continued to challenge one another in both personal endeavors and professional growth. Read more>>
I started taking my health and fitness journey to a new level when I was a college student at Hampton University. That was the first time in my life that I had to make the personal effort and discipline to focus on my health and fitness goals. Since I was no longer in sporting activities. Throughout my time in college, my passion for health and fitness was embraced by many strong women with common goals. Read more>>
I have been working in the arts for the last 14 years. In my junior year of college, my advisor suggested I get an internship. I had not studied much art history but was always drawn to art, and even more so to the world of makers and collectors, before even understanding what that really meant. I flipped a Houston publication to the arts section and started calling in alphabetical order. My second call was to Booker Lowe Aboriginal Art Gallery. Read more>>