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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.

Brian and Leah Edman

From the time Brian and I met, it seemed we were destined to start Bookend Photography. Shortly after high school, I had a friend reach out to me asking if I would take her wedding photos. Read more>>

Rachael and Brad Roumaya

We moved to Colorado in 2017 from Austin, TX. Both of us were climbing the corporate ladder and working long hours in high-stress jobs. Our son was born in 2016 and we began to realize we wanted something different for him. Read more>>

Kaley Alie

I can remember my very first art show in elementary school and be so proud that my work was on display. As a kid, I carried watercolors around in my backpack on hikes with my mom and entered every possible coloring contest that I could. Read more>>

Vanessa Aschmann

My journey with core and pelvic floor issues (specifically peeing my pants while running and the beginnings of chronic low back pain) began when I was a high school athlete. Read more>>

Rebecca Gassman

I have always had very strong values related to health and nature. Plant allies are all around us; there to nurture, to listen, to provide, to connect us all to this earth. Wild and Free is a reflection of my passions and my values. Read more>>

Cathy Morrison

I always knew I wanted to be an artist, I just wasn’t sure what direction that might take. In college, I earned a double major in fine arts and education along with a teaching certificate. Read more>>

Carrie Pitzulo

I find my own story rather jarring because I worked most of my adult life for a particular goal. And then when I achieved that goal, I realized I didn’t want it anymore. As an undergraduate in the mid-1990s, I had my heart and mindset on becoming a history professor. Read more>>

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