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Mid-Wilshire Inspiration

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 Mid-Wilshire’s (and K-Town, WeHo, Mid-City) 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 the area’s rising stars below.

Pauli Ochi

I grew up in Sun Valley, Idaho, which is a small ski town. My parents had a contemporary art gallery there. They built this amazing space and brought in artists from all over. Growing up we had access to great artists, but didn’t live in a traditional art center; it was a unique way to fall in love with art. Read More>>

Jacob Ji

All three of us, Sungwon Choi, Junghoon Ji, and Heesang Yoo, were born and raised in Seoul, South Korea, one of the most densely populated city in the world. Consequently, there are many convenient stores that offer various bento boxes: a single-portion takeout or home-packed meal that are common in Asian cuisine. Even though there are many different choices, none of them were made out of fresh and high-quality ingredients. Read More>>

Chief Master Daniel Lee Moon

Our school was started by Great Grandmaster Dr. Yong Moon, Ph.D. He is the President/CEO of The World Martial Arts Federation, Inc. and a 10th Degree Black Belt by the People’s Republic of China in Kung Fu, Chi Gong Martial Arts, and Tai Chi. Great Grandmaster Yong Moon was born in Hapcheon, South Korea, and began training at an early age as he was born into a martial arts household. He first began training in Tang Soo Do, a very popular style in his region. Read More>>

Roy Sonboleh

I have been a red carpet photographer since 2006 shooting movie premieres and various other celebrity related events. Someone enlightened me to the existence of real estate photography. I am drawn to more artistic endeavors and I saw real estate photography as an opportunity to use my creative eye rather than having to shout for the attention of a smiling celebrity in the hopes of the possibility that a magazine would pick up my photo out of dozens of other photographers’. Read More>>

Andrew Caster

I have been an ophthalmologist (an eye surgeon) since 1984. When laser vision correction was becoming a reality, in the mid-1990s, I was very excited about the possibility of correcting a person’s eyes so he or she could see well without needing glasses or contact lenses. As a glasses and contact lens wearer myself, while I was happy to be able to see using them, I felt life would be much nicer to see without needing these visual crutches. Read More>>

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