Connect
To Top

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 Mid-Wilshire’s rising stars below.

Alli Fitz

Alli Fitz is an American singer, songwriter, YouTuber, and comedian. Alli began posting videos on YouTube in 2008. These videos consisted of her singing covers in her bedroom. In 2013, she opened her Vine account, which gained a lot of traction and followers. Ever since then, she’s been posting on all social media platforms and releasing music for her fans to enjoy. Read more>>

Tanisha Caple

I have been interested in the world of entertainment since my early youth. It started with making home videos back in Cleveland, Ohio. Soon after, I found myself dreaming of an R&B singing career, but that shortly ended coming into my preteen life, realizing my voice was certainly not a mixture of Jesus and Fergie. However, around that same time, I discovered spoken word, and the adrenaline from being on stage, along with writing my own stories, assured me that entertainment is right where I belong. Read more>>

Amanda Ogen

Even though I am proud to be a modern independent woman, I also truly do not know how to do much of anything! I often joke that my ability to share conversation with anyone is my only real skill. Over time, I realized how challenging becoming an adult truly is without ever learning how to do most grown-up tasks – things like getting an oil change, installing a shelf, or even making hard-boiled eggs! When I could no longer avoid these tasks, I felt overwhelmed, frustrated, and anxious. Read more>>

Thiago Vitorio

I was born with a disease called otorrhea which caused my ears to constantly leak pus and blood. The doctors even told my mom that I would eventually experience total hearing loss. After six months old, I was healed and today I am a musician. It all started with my father. He always wished that we had a musician in our family. So, I was enrolled in violin, drums, trumpet, bass and guitar lessons, but gave up all of them. One day when I was ten, my mom decided to bring down a little keyboard that was abandoned on top of our wardrobe. Read more>>

Beau Clarke

I’m from a Ventura, California -a small suburban surf town north of L.A. I started writing stories as soon as I learned how to write in the first grade. In high school, I surfed a lot and rarely made it to class. I surfed a lot and never got good grades. At one point, I wanted to be a professional surfer and competed in contests around the country. I wasn’t as talented as some of the other kids though. So that dreamed died out quickly. It was fun while it lasted. But when I finished high school. Read more>>

Laura Linda Bradley

I’ve been a working actor in LA for over ten years, and in that time I’ve seen first hand the advantages and disadvantages actors face daily due to finances, location, opportunities, etc. I started What’s My Frame? with one simple goal, to help actors take their careers into their own creative hands. Acting can be a very isolating career, but if we change our mindset from being in competition with fellow actors to working with each other to build a creative community; it’s a completely different journey. Read more>>

James Rogers III

I was born and raised in Compton, California. I always knew I wanted to be a storyteller, but didn’t think that was real for someone like me. I traveled to UC Berkeley and got exposed heavy theories on film, gender, and race. I also went to college with my dad…together. At the same time. Which was awesome. We took a film studies class together, and the rest was history – I knew I wanted to write. Read more>>

Jay Ticker

I began working in Media as an advertising sales agent. Six months into the job, I was offered the opportunity to write for a new men’s online platform and I accepted. A year later, I was promoted to an editor position. Six months fast forward and I was laid off. The company sold. I went homeless and went back to school for journalism. I got back on my feet and began my own company. That company eventually turned into The Ticker Report. Read more>>

More in slider