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Inspiring Stories from Aurora

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 Aurora’s rising stars below.

Zara Ashby

I started in the photography industry as a studio manager for a local wedding photographer, and grew into a roll of assistant and second shooter, followed by the primary photographer for the studio within two years. Read more>>

Analise Harris

I was a special education teacher for six years working a great deal with students identified having a social-emotional disability or issues reading at grade level. Throughout my experiences teaching. Read more>>

Jessica Armstrong

Deciding what you want to be when you grow up is arguably one of the most difficult decisions a young person makes. I thought about pursuing so many careers and couldn’t seem to settle on one; nursing, wedding planning, real estate and others. Read more>>

Nikki Dechent

I started learning this craft in high school! I was really fortunate to have that access at that age. After falling in love with the fact that I could use torches and power tools to make beautiful shiny things, I set myself into a path. Read more>>

Marcio Diaz

I have been painting for about twenty-five years in interrupted as a professional painter since 1994 until now. I paint and draw since I was a little kid. I grew up admiring my Mom because she was a mural painter self. Read more>>

Daniel Adema

I grew up in the construction industry. My father owned a flooring company and at 6 years old my first job was organizing carpet samples in our basement showroom. In high school, I began learning more about the trades and moved into apprenticeships for carpet and hard surface installations. Read more>>

Danny Brassell

I am on a mission to bring “joy” back into education by transforming struggling and reluctant readers into more passionate and proficient readers. While schools do a decent job of teaching kids “how” to read, what good is that if students never “want” to read. I show kids “why” to read. Read more>>

Zach Connor

I have been doing photography for over ten years now. I first started out when I was in the military. I enjoyed cataloging our training simulations and capturing the everyday life of a Soldier. Once I got out of the Army I needed something to continue my active lifestyle and photography was a great avenue for that. Read more>>

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