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Inspiring Stories from Hollywood

The heart of our mission at VoyageLA 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 Hollywood’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 Hollywood’s rising stars below.

Kyle Burke

As a lifelong musician, my musical journey has grown from playing in bands, to university, to recording with GRAMMY winners. My love of performing music quickly turned into a passion for producing, songwriting, and mixing. Since starting my professional career in music production, I’ve been fortunate enough to work with artists and bands of virtually every genre with an emphasis in pop. Read More>>

Mika Fowler

Originally started hair in Japan and worked about 10 years before I moved to LA. Reason I came to America is simply I liked to try something new. Read More>>

Morningstar Sargenti

I grew up for the first part of my life in Hawaii. I have always felt a deep connection to the earth and nature. I was raised on beaches and jungles. Read More>>

Richard Falzone

I started at Off Vine in 1997 as a server. I worked my way up to the day manager and then the general manager. In 2007 I became one of the owners. 8 months later we had a fire and were closed for two years. Read More>>

ROBERTA COLBURN

My husband and I worked for another company. We heard about this place from another co-worker. I called the owner and set up and interview. We turned the job down at first. Read More>>

Matthew Nejad

Our practice has a long, rich history here at 9201 Sunset Blvd. Back in the 1950s, dentist to the stars and pioneer of modern-day veneers, Dr. Stanley Vogel, founded this practice treating many Hollywood stars, establishing the practice as “a show business practice” among the star crowd of Angelenos. Read More>>

Graciela Perez

Born in Argentina always passionate to travel and interact with different cultures worldwide . Coming from a family in healthcare and artists. Read More>>

Shawn Buckley

I found out what is in typical dog food and was disgusted because I absolutely love every dog I have ever met… including both my own rescue dogs. I knew there had to be a better solution than “meat in a bag at room temperature for 3 years!” Read More>>

Lindsay Burke

Growing up in New York with a majority of the year spent in scarves, snow boots & sporting that snow white skintone, Lindsay had enough of the frigid climates. Following her college graduation, she packed her bags and headed west. Read More>>

Vincent Devaud CFC.,MDT

I can meet in LA in the mid 80’s after graduating from EPSIC College of Dental Technology and later a two years master in Switzerland. To further my studies on Dental tecnology in other words how to master the latest aesthetic techniques for the smile design at the time. Read More>>

Ashley Dane

In 2013 I was approached by a team who were looking to open outpatient rehabs. I had been tapped specifically because of my interest in making a sober lifestyle an aspirational one, instead of just one you come to on your knees and desperate. Read More>>

Steven Todd Smith

My Reiki journey started from an urge to expand my Life Nutrition Coaching business/practice into something more hands-on. I had always enjoyed massage, and, in looking through massage schools, I discovered this practice called Reiki. Read More>>

 John Wyatt

Cinespia started as a film club at different theaters around town, until I discovered Hollywood Forever Cemetery. I proposed a movie screening on the giant lawn on the grounds to the owners and they agreed to let me try it. Read More>>

Britta Hayertz

My path to Pilates wasn’t a traditional one! I kinda snuck in the back door after a late night out. I had lived in Silverlake for years and had a little vintage clothing store on Sunset Blvd at the junction and by night I worked for The Fold Silverlake stage-managing bands. Read More>>

Danella Dutton

Born and raised in Atlanta, GA. My grandmother was a dancer, so at a very young age I was already dancing around the house. Read More>>

Sterling Mire

As long as I can remember I’ve always held a fascination with how life works. What causes certain outcomes to come into existence? Good outcomes and even bad outcomes. Read More>>

Edith Quintanilla

I would start by saying that I worked as a sales representative for the pick up and delivery department at a local dry cleaners for about twelve years. On 2015, I injured my right Achilles tendon while on duty, I was on disability for three months. Read More>>

Lotus Lindley

As a child of the ’60’s & 70’s, growing up with hippy parents, my childhood predisposed me for thinking outside the box, being curious and asking questions. as well as a inheriting a dash of rebellion. Read More>>

McKenna Rowe

Chakra 5 Yoga provides yoga and meditation classes on location and by appointment at businesses, schools and organizations throughout greater .I caught the “yoga bug” as a little girl, watching Lilias Folan on PBS. Read More>>

Elaine Rensing

I was dancing professionally and I would go to Pilates classes at a studio a where a fellow dancer taught. My body really felt different after I would take even a basic mat class. I remember some of the hip strengthening exercises were extremely difficult for me. Read More>>

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