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East San Diego 11.9.2017

Samantha McBee

I first started off in high school. Taking photography as an elective with a film camera learning to develop my own film and printing in a dark room. I used my camera as a pass to wander around campus and even sneak off lunch early, not knowing at the beginning how much photography was really going to influence my life. Read more>>

Cameron Ball

I started home brewing in San Luis Obispo while studying Civil Engineering. After graduating, I moved back to my hometown in San Diego and began working as an engineering and brewing a lot more homebrew. Read more>>

Christine Quilici, Josh Perez

We took over a failing personal training company in 2010; it’s function was to partner with privately owned gyms in San Diego and install and manage their personal training departments. In under six months we were able to rebrand and flip it to a profitable business. Read more>>

Danielle Tabbert

I have always been fascinated with photos. I can remember looking through boxes of photos as a kid. I was so fascinated with how some things stayed the same and other things changed so drastically as the years pass. Read more>>

Whitney Parker

It was ’06, I was living in San Francisco and working as a graphic designer for a well-known rock ‘n roll photographer who also happened to be a book publisher. It was a fantastic experience, I got to work on cool projects and developed a great work ethic. Read more>>

Cristina Cadden

CC Vintage Rentals started unintentionally while my husband, Spencer, and I were planning our 2014 wedding in Ramona, CA. With a strong affinity for all things vintage, we dreamed of a peaceful venue, surrounded by nature, and staged with vintage sofas, settees, and chairs for our guests to sit in. Read more>>

Harry Kendall

I have always had a passion for playing soccer ever since I was young. As I have gotten older, I still love to play soccer, but I get greater joy out of introducing other children to the beautiful game and instilling a love for the game in them like I had when I was their age. Read more>>

Jerry Marquillo

I started when I was 18 working for a photo booth company. I had worked many events for that company and one day I though why not start my own business. At the age of 19 I used most of the money I had in my possession and bought a photo booth. Read more>>

Pat Bennett

I first saw the dog chase sport called “lure coursing” in 2005 when I attended an event in Del Mar called Wags for Wishes. My puppy was with me and just lost her mind over the activity so I decided to join a club. Read more>>

Lisa Weiss

I am a primary care optometrist specializing in pediatrics and vision development. I found the perfect career being able to help people with their vision and perform to the best of their ability in work, school and play. Read more>>

Elaine Lyttleton and Norm Case

Norm and Elaine bought the 6 acre property in the Ramona AVA in 2006, the year the region was designated by the Federal government as the Ramona Valley AVA (American Viticultural Area). Elaine works endlessly marketing and promoting the Ramona Valley wineries, as well as their own enterprise. Read more>>

Nikki Draper

Hairdressing runs in my family- my grandma, my mom, and my oldest sister were all hairdressers. At first, I ran from my roots: I wanted to find my own identity, so I moved from NorCal to SoCal and attended SDSU where I graduated as a Communication major. Read more>>

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