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Inspiring Stories from Coronado

The heart of our mission at the SD Voyager 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 San Diego’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 the rising stars from Coronado below.

Amy Romero

My name is Amy Romero this is my story. Growing up, I’ve always loved filming and editing. I got myself in digital media classes in middle school as for highschool. The summer before My freshman year of high school, I had stopped being friends with an old best friend of mine, which lead me going to high school really sad about it. Everyone changed on me and disliked me. Read more>>

Brian Lozano

If you lived in Southern California in September of 2011, you’ll remember the massive power outage known as the 2011 Southwest Blackout. Our obsession for Croquet came up in a time of necessity. During almost that entire summer, a large group of close friends, and quite often friends of friends, would swing by and spend loads of time a the infamous Rhino Club (Bobby’s world, a friend’s apartment) in East Chula Vista. Read more>>

Jacob Feuerman and David Beas

Our evolution from a single location to multi-city gathering was fast and completely unexpected. Jacob is the founder of the organization with the goal of hosting a meet in the North Los Angeles area. Although doubted on the size of the community in north LA, he pushes forward with the idea of a meet. At this time, he reached out online for assistance with managing the organization and providing substance and education to the community. Read more>>

Arden Gillberg

As far back as I can remember, people have fascinated me in how they tick. I am one of those who ask a lot of questions out of genuine curiosity. Humans fascinate me. I have had a pretty good life. I live on an island (well sort of) Coronado Island. We use to be an island, but one day we got dredged up and now we’re a peninsula, which takes you to the border of Mexico. Read more>>

Stephanie Spence

I’ve been a writer for as long as I can remember. I’ve kept journals. As a small child, I made up cartoon characters and dialogue. As an adult, I’ve worked in radio, TV and films. I created my own publishing business, where I also served as the editor. I’ve written for magazines around the world. I created a documentary film. I’ve written plays and screenplays. I’m essentially a communicator. Read more>>

Justine Fraley

March 12, 2011 I woke up on the USS Regan outside of Japan, went out to the water and discovered the horrific incident that changed the trajectory of my life. Japan had been hit with a tsunami that decimated their country. We could see the Japanese shoreline and the water our ship was sailing through looked like it came out of the scene of a movie. Read more>>

Patrick Erskine

Coming from a family of five brothers and one sister, my mom cooked in a way that was fit to feed an army. With our ravenous appetites, quantity had to be put before quality and our childhoods were filled with casseroles and canned goods. I knew there was another world out there —the gourmet one — and I didn’t just want to eat to not be hungry. Read more>>

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