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Inspiring Stories from Fort Collins

The heart of our mission at VoyageDenver 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 Denver’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 Fort Collins’ rising stars below.

Taylor Strope

I started Mountainside Events almost four years ago after a few good friends encouraged me to take a leap of faith and start my own business. After planning numerous events at a local venue in town. Read more>>

Michael Davis, Caleb McFadden and Justin Daggett

Having been friends in music for many years, Caleb and Justin began writing lounge-rock songs in about 2013 or 2014. With the two of them taking on multiple roles for this project, it moved at a slow, but steady, pace for a few years. Read more>>

Jasmine Emerick

When I was young I’d take my mom’s mini DV tape video camera around, just filming random things. Then in high school, I started enjoying being a camera yet again, but with photography. I took one class there and then went on to do media for my dance studio, Terpsichore Studio, in Bailey CO. Read more>>

Amelia Mouton

I was head chef and co-owner of Restaurant 415 when I had an unexpected head injury. I had went over the handlebars of a mountain bike and caused a dime-sized brain bleed in the center of my brain. I was not allowed to do anything but stay home and relax for three months. Read more>>

Jaiya Ellis

Steamboat Babysitting started in 2011 by the previous owner, Jessica Olsen. She saw a need in the community for different childcare options and built the company from there. I came on as a full-time babysitter in the winter of 2012/2013. I loved working for the company and making my own schedule. Read more>>

Ian Stewart

In 2016 I found myself needed to change jobs. I was working for a church as a Worship Pastor and Communications Director. My wife and I were about to have our third child and the church was not in a place to pay me more. So I decided to jump out into the market place. Read more>>

Mckenzie Murray

I graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Metropolitan State University of Denver with a concentration in Communication Design. I have always immersed myself in environments that will enhance my creative process. Read more>>

Laura Tusken

Inspiration for Moms began in 2009 after I had my first son. I quit my job as an Elementary School Teacher and found myself home alone with a baby. I discovered that I really missed the adult conversations I had while working. And one day I stumbled onto the world of blogging and was immediately hooked. Read more>>

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