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West Loop’s Rising Stars

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 West Loop’s rising stars below.

Jessica Ferguson

I loved performing and being on stage, so my parents put me in dance and local theatre schools at a very young age. I was always very active and loved making healthy choices, but I struggled a lot in my childhood battling with health issues that started early on. Read more>>

Bianca Hernandez

As long as I can remember, I loved to be very busy all the time. If I’m not busy, I go a little crazy. At 16, I got offered my first job as a waitress at Bob’s Tacos in Rosenberg, Tx. I loved that job because it allowed me to open my personality to strangers. Read more>>

Jocelyn Randolph

I’ve worked a two drastically different animation/video departments at companies that have a global reach. While I was there, the team would chat about ideas they has for videos and almost dreamingly say I wish we can do this type of work. Read more>>

Jon “Cabby” Caballero

Christina and I used to own different small businesses. I co-owned The Class Room men’s boutique (formerly located in Rice Village), and Christina was a managing/operating partner in a cool nail salon called Dripped in Montrose. Read more>>

Clinton Bailey

My career as a streetwear designer began mid-way of my college career. It all started with a group called College Knights. College Knights was an organization that gave fashions tips for men and women, event planning and of course its very own line of clothing. Read more>>

Gaybree Harris and Morgan White

Morgan has been baking since she was a little girl. She would bake birthday cakes for her parents and siblings; and, they were always tasty! I, Gaybree, developed a passion for cake decorating. Read more>>

Justun Blasingame

I started cooking at the age of seven. Initially I wouldn’t call it a passion of mine, but it was an avid interest. I would say I was more focused on teaching myself to play the drums and guitar. Read more>>

Bryan Turner

I was 29 years old, living in New Jersey, sitting at work and I remember saying to myself, what’s next? I was approaching the age of 30 and I was doing a lot of self-reflecting. Thinking about all the things I’ve accomplished in life. Read more>>

Dana Hewling

It seems I have slowly transitioned west, but Houston has captured my heart. Raised in Jamaica, I moved to Florida a few months shy of 16, where I started community college. I later transferred to the University of South Florida. Read more>>

Kayla Nimer

It all started with a life-changing shift in my personal life that led me to a path and journey of healing. I had left college because I was depressed from a lot of trials I faced in my childhood that I kept buried under a facade. Read more>>

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