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Inspiring Stories from Middlesex, Essex & New Hampshire

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 starsli from Middlesex, Essex & New Hampshire and surrounding areas below.

Lindsay Feeney

Escaping the rat race, and taking a leap of faith on myself, my work ethic, and my potential has been so empowering, and it shows me that thinking outside the cube shouldn’t just be an inspiring quote, it should be an outline to not settling until you find a career path you’re truly passionate about and even better if its one that encourages you to be the best version of yourself! Read more>>

Kristina Borseti

I received my first certification in Pilates in 2014 and it was a chance conversation with my local Yoga studio manager, discovering she had taught Pilates in Ontario a few moons ago and she had been interested in having a teacher host a class for some time, that brought me my steady Wednesday night class, which turned into teaching Barre. Read more>>

Lauren Riley

As a stylist, I have had the opportunity to meet so many amazing people who have taught me so much along the way. I have taken classes all around New England, New York, and California it is so important in this industry to keep up on trends and techniques because they are always constantly changing. Read more>>

Gabriel Toribio

At age of 13, I fell in love with sneakers. Yeah, I was that kid that had 40+ pairs of sneakers. My parents are from the islands so every time I asked them to buy me a pair they’d look at me and laugh so I took matters into my own hands thankful for my brother he used to sell sneakers as a side hustle, so I took upon the same thing all the way up to now to this day, I still do it as little side hustle. Read more>>

Rosa Familia

After completing her program, she started making chocolates during the holidays and special occasions for friends and family just for fun. She liked fusing flavors from her upbringings such as passion fruit and dulce de leche. She continued playing and practicing with chocolate until mastering her recipes as well as different decoration techniques. Read more>>

Trevor Woodward and Ryan Moya

We became friends when we both started working at the same company around the same time. Both of us dabbled in all areas of media production, but the two of us each specialized in one area (Trevor with DSLR photography and Ryan with digital video production). Eventually, it occurred to us… why don’t we join forces and teach each other what we know? Read more>>

Helen St. Pierre

I started training dogs in high school. Believe it or not, I didn’t grow up with dogs, we had one dog for a couple of years as a kid but that was it. In high school for extra cash, I would paint pet portraits and have the dogs sit and stay so I could photograph or sketch them. Then, in college, I went to school for fine arts but paid my way through by working at a local doggie daycare and petsitting the faculties dogs. Read more>>

David and Arthur Martiroso

DNA Realty Group, unofficially started in 2009 when we were trying to get into Real Estate with the ideas of flipping and to get rich and buying our dad a house. We felt like every real estate agent treated us like a number and so we went on to get our Real Estate licenses, Arthur started with Rental and David started with an internet company called ZipRealty. Read more>>

Brooke Hoerner

My story starts in the west – in Colorado. Born and raised on the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, I was strongly influenced by my mother’s love and talent for making art, my father’s entrepreneurial spirit and of course the natural beauty that surrounded me. But I didn’t know how much impact it all would have until after I moved to the East Coast. Read more>>

Elizabeth Rennie

I have been a creative throughout my entire life. I have dabbled in a little bit of everything: drawing, 3D, painting, photography, design. You name it and I have probably have tried it at least once. Not having much grown up, I always found that art was the best way for me to give back to the people I love in a way that I could not always do financially. Read more>>

Belinda Recio

I have always been fascinated by the far north, and I have always loved winter, so ten years ago I decided to open True North, a gallery that was focused on both. When we first opened, we represented work by Inuit artists from arctic Canada and Greenland, Yup’ik artists from Alaska and Siberia, Sami artists from Northern Europe, and Northwest Coast artists. Read more>>

Leny Thomas, Julio Tavarez, and Andrea Valentine

Julio and Leny met at a restaurant called “Stonewood Tavern” in Peabody, Ma. Julio who had already been on a fitness course, meal prepping for himself, losing over 120 pounds & well on his way to losing more encouraged Leny to become more serious about fitness. Since Leny was going through some personal issues. The mental fortitude it gave Julio in his few years already on his journey inspired Leny! Read more>>

Alexandra Pacheco

I’ve always enjoyed drawing, as long as I can remember. In high school, I took a painting class and loved using my hands and getting messy. It was a fun stress-reliever for me. When I first went to college, I was accepted into Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts to study education and mathematics for some reason, but then finally listened to my gut and switched my major to Art before my first semester even started. Read more>>

Ash Sansoucie

I feel it’s probably pretty cliche to say that I’ve been drawing since I could hold a pencil, but it’s exactly that with me. I grew up in a very small town with not too much to do so art quickly became my favorite pastime. Saturday morning cartoons and video games inspired me as a young child. At first, I’d trace images of my favorites. Read more>>

Mary Collins

Afraid to lose that steady paycheck from my “day job,” I’ll admit it took way longer than it should have for me to take the leap into photography with both feet. For years, I had photography as a side job. It was very stressful for me handling both. It wasn’t until I became pregnant that I knew I needed to make a change. Read more>>

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