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Point Loma & Shelter Island’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 Point Loma & Shelter Island below.

Cash Branson

At the time he had never attended a con of any kind and was living as an expat in Kobe, Japan. When his friend insisted that they go to the big show in Tokyo, Cash agreed on the condition that they did it ‘all the way.’ That meant costumes. Read more>>

Janelle Noble Donovan

ANSHI has a simple mission: to help people feel better. And we are committed to guaranteeing that mission find its way in everything we do and say. Our roots are at the hospital bedside. My six year old daughter Raegan was hospitalized over 60+ in the last two years. Read more>>

Anthony Frijia

I am a musician and photographer from Maryland who moved to San Diego at the beginning of this year in my van for a number of reasons: for change, to further pursue my dreams of making a living with my art, to get out of my comfort zone, and to be closer to the places I love the most- the pacific coast, the desert, and the mountains. Read more>>

Tracie Arlington

My 28-year-old son started training in Karate at 3-1/2 years old. I thought it looked fun and wanted an activity I could do with him, so I signed up too and was hooked. He was one of the youngest students to earn his black-belt at the age of 10, and I tested for my black-belt the following year. After I received my black-belt, I had several groups ask me to teach a self-defense class. Read more>>

Mariana Domenes

I am Mariana Domenes, married, mother of two boys, Christian and in love with life. I have been working with tattooing with my husband for 14 years, of which 13 years I have worked with body piercings and body modification. I started tattooing four years ago and found that this is my new love. I have the style of the traditional tattoo. Over the years, I discovered another passion in which tattooing helped me discover. Read more>>

Matthew Morales

I’ve always had the entrepreneurial spirit, and business mind, but nothing I aimed for came to fruition, instead what I was meant for just unfolded itself. It was the fall of 2017, and the ride of building a company was coming to an end. At the time I was working on this software that was supposed to “change the world,” and I was running out of steam, out of money, and going head to head with a huge competitor in New York. Read more>>

Amy Jasmine

About three years ago, I fell in love with the art of photography. It came after watching my best friend quit her full-time job to pursue the dream. She would practice on me over and over again and I was unbelievably inspired. It was as if I got hit by the fate-train and suddenly, I wanted more. Quickly, I became obsessed with learning the craft of photography and creating with anyone that would step in front of my lens. Read more>>

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