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Rising Stars of Lakewood

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 Lakewood’s rising stars below.

Rebecca Tillett

I was born and raised an only child in Las Cruces, NM. My mother, originally from Australia, has always been the hardest working person I know and supported us, largely on her own, until I moved out at 17. My father struggled with many demons he often attempted to exorcise through relentless rage and drugs and alcohol. Read more>>

James Schwartz

I opened the Rocky Mountain Hypnotherapy Center in Lakewood in 2003. I work in many areas of hypnosis, but when I first opened the business I received a flood of referrals for infertility. At that time, I was connected to a network of acupuncturists. Read more>>

Jesse Riley

I can remember as a kid my mother coming home from the hospital as a working nurse and always having fascinating stories. That initially piqued my interest in the health field. As I progressed in school it became clear that the medical profession was the direction but the specialty was unclear. Read more>>

Andy Sydow

I grew up in a musical household in Louisville, CO. There were a piano and lots of guitars and other random trinkets around the house. Around the age of eight, my dad started taking me to this live radio taping at the Boulder Theater called, eTown. Read more>>

Bradley Haag

I was always interested in commercial art and illustration. I bounced between doodling toon characters and studying merchandise packaging. I started my professional career after graduating from the Art Institute of Colorado, first with a BA in Digital Media Production. Read more>>

Alan Stenback

I’ve always enjoyed working with cameras and taking photographs. As a kid it was with point-and-shoot 35mm film cameras, taking pictures of family, friends and vacations like most folks do with their smartphones today. In college I bought my first DSLR, a Canon Rebel, again 35mm film. Read more>>

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