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Pacific, Mission & Ocean Beach’s Rising Stars

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 inspiring stories from Pacific, Mission & Ocean Beach below.

Sabrina Must

Becoming a writer just kind of fell into my lap. After undergrad at Johns Hopkins, I moved back home to Michigan in November 2007 when my oldest sister committed suicide. I started writing Must Girls Love to make sense of my sister’s decision and struggles as well as my own. Simultaneously, I also partnered with my mom to write/create Living Witnesses, a portrait book that shares biographies of living Holocaust survivors based in Detroit and its surrounding areas. Read more>>

Susie Lynn Zuniga

Following high school, I earned my Esthetician License and pursued my dreams professionally as a freelance artist in Los Angeles and surrounding areas. A year later, I keyed Downtown Los Angeles Fashion Week by BOXeight and since then have had the honor of seeing my work in commercials, music videos, weddings featured, published in magazines and the latest season of America’s Next Top Model. Read more>>

Deejay Rich

Music has been this sort of life long fascination for me, I remember being really young and seeing people come to life wherever music was, it woke people up and could be healing, relatable, and help make sense of a very nonsensical world. I learned guitar when I was 12 and really found my voice locked inside that six string chunk of wood, spent hours in my room just playing away. Read more>>

Seton Edgerton

Have been involved in the San Diego music scene for about ten years now. In a variety of different bands and projects, biggest highlight having been my previous band Barbarian open for Arctic Monkeys at Open Air Theatre at my alma mater SDSU. Now working on a new project, Well Well Well with former members of Barbarian. Read more>>

Dylan Welch

I have the opportunity to develop and produce new shows which I think will be successful, entertaining, and give back to the community. One topic I feel very passionate about is climate change and the environment. We decided to launch a show highlighting sustainable entrepreneurs, cleantech businesses, and climate change experts to showcase people making a difference and help educate the public. Read more>>

Ally Archer

My first experience overseas was studying abroad in Florence, Italy, where I briefly returned after graduating from college to do marketing and tour guiding for a travel company. Since then, I’ve held various travel jobs in the educational travel field before building a career where I can work online from anywhere. I’ve now worked in 25 of the 29 countries I’ve traveled to! Read more>>

Piatt Pund

I decided to widen my musical abilities and I became a part of the award-winning Mission Bay Preservationists playing jazz violin and singing. This group has brought many amazing opportunities for me including touring to New Orleans and Japan. I expanded with the jazz recently and joined the Young Lions Jazz Conservatory and have begun studying bebop and more modern styles of jazz. Read more>>

Bronwyn Huddleson

I’ve been an artist my entire life, always eager to create things to share with people. I’ve always been passionate about helping others in any way possible. With my inspiration coming mainly from the environments and cultures I immerse in, there has been so much intertwining of my different passions over the years! I started expressing myself through art during elementary school, where creativity and uniqueness were strongly encouraged. Read more>>

Ashley Evans

In 2015, myself and three of my friends, created Babes Love Brunch – a millennial-focused food blog. From this, I began my journey with social media marketing and content creation. Suddenly, friends and family started to ask me for help with their websites, social media accounts, and so forth. In January 2017, I took my years of experience and founded ENVI Marketing. Read more>>

Molly Beane

Molly started the company to address whitespace in the beauty industry. “Companies in the beauty industry are missing a vital opportunity in today’s cultural climate,” explains Molly. “The modern woman no longer wants to be treated like an object. She is sick of being made to feel like she doesn’t measure up to impossible beauty standards. She demands more from the companies she shops from. Read more>>


1 Comment

  1. Ramona

    January 23, 2019 at 6:52 pm

    Thank you so much for including me and The Hair Cooperative with this amazing group of people! Very cool! 💗

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