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Inspiring Stories from Fenway, Symphony & Jamaica Plain

The heart of our mission at the BostonVoyager 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 the Boston’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 the rising stars from Fenway, Symphony, Jamaica Plain and surrounding areas below.

Emma Kanchanawat

My Name is Emma and I am from Bangkok, Thailand. However, I moved to Singapore when I was 15 and moved to Boston after I graduated High school. When I was younger I was always that kid that had a camera taking photos of friends and the scenery, even if it was the ugliest photo. Read more>>

Patrick Maguire

I’ve worked service industry jobs for a significant part of my life, beginning with walking door-to-door shoveling snow and mowing lawns for cash in my home town of Burlington, MA. My first ‘on the books’ job was bagging groceries at Demoulas in Billerica, MA. Read more>>

Nina Baumer

Chicago-born, Australian-raised and now currently based in Boston, where she is enrolled as a full-time student at Berklee College of Music, 21-year-old singer/songwriter NINA developed her love for music and songwriting from a young age. Read more>>

Albert J. Todesca III

AJT Supplies was started back in 2005 by Albert J. Todesca III. 4th generation in the construction business Albert realized there was a need for a local Masonry and Landscape Yard in the Boston Area and opened up at the site of his grandfather Albert J. Todesca III construction yard in west Roxbury MA. Read more>>

Courtney Osgood

I actually started out my career working in television; I was field reporting and producing for a local news station in Western NY. It was my dream job (literally)! But after a few years, I realized that I wasn’t going to be able to tell the stories that I wanted to tell – the fun, interesting, inspiring kind, and I really wanted the flexibility to do that. Read more>>

Terri Bright

Back in 2001, I got a bull terrier named Fanny. I wanted nothing more than to do Agility with her, but she had other ideas. There is a reason you see more border collies in the Agility ring than bull terriers, and it is because bull terriers have their own ideas about what to do for fun, and you have to be a really good trainer to teach them to have fun with YOU. Read more>>

Jonathan Ulman

It was in fact my piano teacher who recommended that I start taking drum lessons when I was 11 years old. I don’t think I’ll ever know why this recommendation was made, but I’m glad it was. I remember the day I got my first drumset. Read more>>

Ravos Quartet

We first began playing together in the fall of 2016, but we formed the group over the summer. Zhanbo and Gergana met at the Ravinia Steans Institute for Piano and Strings, and decided they wanted to form a string quartet at the New England Conservatory. Read more>>

Leah McCormack

A lot has transformed over the years since graduating from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2013. My career has evolved and molded into the creative professional I am today. I did my fair share of corporate number-crunching jobs first, taking whichever role I could at fashion and home decor companies. Read more>>

Tanya McGee

I first started taking pictures when I was 13 years old. I would take my dad’s point and shoot Canon out on walks with me and photograph everything I saw. I would bring the pictures home and my dad would pick out his favorites from the day and explain to me the different compositional aspects that were working in my successful photographs. Read more>>

Mei Lin Barral

I never had a defining moment where the flip switched and I knew I wanted to be a Wedding + Portrait Photographer. It started gradually but my aspirations were solidified when I attended my cousin’s wedding almost six years ago. Read more>>

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