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Rising Stars of Arvada

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 Arvada’s rising stars below.

Angela Kemper

I moved to Colorado in the summer 1998 from Washington State. I grew up bi-coastal and lived in multiple states before settling in Colorado. When I first saw Colorado I couldn’t believe how brown and dreary it looked. I would go on mountain hikes in the summer and completely miss it’s beauty. Read more>>

Troy Rankin, Bobby Velez and Tyler Everett

We met in college and forged a strong friendship when tasked with making different videos for class. It was there that we decided to make it our goal to make videos for a living. We’ve made music videos, promo videos, corporate event videos. We like to pride ourselves on our versatility. Read more>>

Avery Gollnick

Grew up in southern Oregon, on a farm in a small town. Moved to Colorado in 2015 to go to CU Boulder. After graduating from college I moved straight to move deeper into working with Denver Hip-Hop artists. I’ve shot video all across the world and have spent thousands of hours teaching myself a swiss army knife of skills including music producing. Read more>>

Emma Rogers

I fell in love with vintage as a young teen. I was thrifting for my wardrobe as well as finding quirky odds and ends. My mom gave me some of her old t-shirts, you know, the ones that are worn so well its about the comfiest thing you’ve ever put on your body, and of course the vintage graphics/imagery are everything. Read more>>

Cody Loher

Originally from Maryland where I started my art career as a graffiti artist, I transferred to the studio setting around 2013 focusing on illustration. From there I started making pins, live painting at festivals/concerts and hosting my own galleries since there wasn’t much related to that in my area. Read more>>

Vanessa Cameron

Intuition is a funny thing. I learned early in life to ignore it. Then as my 14-year marriage was coming to an end, my intuition spoke up…be still, be patient. I heard it loud and clear, but after three years of trying to make it work and my ex-husband wanting out. Read more>>

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