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 Balboa Park & Hillcrest below.
As a DJ, over the past ten years, I’ve had many artists come to me looking for help and advice on how they can get their music onto the major radio station platforms such as Jam’n 95 and Power 106. While some stations make it very easy for up and coming artists to submit their music, overall, there is a very high barrier of entry in the entertainment industry as a whole. Read more>>
Well one day my friend threw me into my first DJ set with no experience ever DJing at richs night club and after that the night I was amazed on playing music and wanted to get into DJing outlive for people and that was 15 years ago. I’ve been paying my dues ever since. I have a few tracks on labels in Mexico and New York and had a lot of different residency thru-out San Diego in the past 15 years. Read more>>
It was as if the universe had lined this up for me, really! I had been in San Diego for just a few months – hustling my butt off doing whatever I could to make money to support our move down here from NorCal to live out our dreams. From Charging Birds to Postmates, working as an independent contractor for local events, doing Brand Ambassador work as it came up – we learned pretty quickly that surviving in this beautiful town meant you had to get after it. Read more>>
I grew up in Southern California in a family of four girls, but I always ran with the boys! I was very active growing up, but I was unaware of the deep connection between what I was putting into my body and how I was feeling both physically and mentally. As I got older, I had many unexplained health issues, including migraines, insomnia, and skin breakouts that left me frustrated and exhausted. Read more>>
As a child, my favorite pastimes were sketching, dressing up my Barbie, and running lemonade stands. I appreciated art and entrepreneurship right out of the gate. Many hours of adolescence were spent playing The Sims video game but, rather than playing God, I would play stylist, architect and interior designer, dressing my virtual character up in cute outfits, building the house of her dreams, and then moving on to the next avatar once I deemed her life aesthetically complete. Read more>>