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Inspiring Stories from North End & Downtown

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 North End & Downtown below.

Paul Campano

This past winter/spring, the Boston area athletes I advised were under contract collectively for almost 250 million dollars. While I can’t name names, you can imagine some were fairly notable. I also have a passion for unique properties, anything one of a kind, architecturally inspired. Read more>>

Marlene Cole

As a child my grandparents encouraged me to be artistic in as many ways as possible. You could always find me drawing, painting, and writing stories. So at a young age my grand parents enrolled me in classes at the local theatre and at the MFA. As I started to grow up, I realized that art wasn’t just a hobby it was my passion. Read more>>

Kristin Burgess

I was working in visual merchandizing for an independently owned art gallery when the business went up for sale. It wasn’t the right time for me to purchase it, as I had hoped, so I found myself in a part-time position using my english/journalism background, writing about weddings. Read more>>

Daniel & Kendra St. John

Dan spent the majority of his earlier years penciling mini-masterpieces and, unlike most photo success stories, did not receive a “hand-me-down” camera from his great grandfather at the ripe age of two. The coming of Daniel’s photographic age came much more in his own style: when he realized that the click of a button produced an image much faster then a pencil ever would. Read more>>

Jason Pratt

My father Jonathan Pratt, Founder and CEO had a vision almost 8 years ago to build one of the most successful Independent Financial Planning and Benefits firms in New England. He self-financed Life Solutions Group and bet on the two of us. He is a true entrepreneur who has dedicated his career to impacting and helping others. Read more>>

Joya Nigro

It all started from the beginning. The origin of my name comes from the italian phrase “Gioia Mia” (my joy) which legend has it, was the words my mother uttered the day I was born, and then never spoke a lick of italian for the rest of her life. From a very young age, I always felt it was my duty to bring people joy, as it genuinely made me happy to see smiles on others faces. Read more>>

Devin Woolf

My law story began when I was only in the second grade. My class was doing a lesson on a few of the most influential woman in American history, one of which being Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman appointed to the United States Supreme Court. I vividly remember seeing her photo, standing astute, surrounded by the eight other male justices, and President Reagan. Read more>>

Mike Di Stasio

If you told Mike Di Stasio, that someday he would be interviewing hundreds of Hollywood celebrities and acting Legends, he probably would have told you that you’re crazy. But, it’s been four years now that Mike has been on Boston’s airwaves with his radio show called, Reel Talk w/ The Hollywood Kid. Read more>>

Stacy Buchanan

Films! I grew up watching them. I studied them. I read all of the books. I spent a lot of time on production sets all over the country. When I was 10 I hand wrote letters to directors and actors telling them I admired their work. (I still do this but now they’re emails.) Films (were and) are an important part of my life and I’ve always known I was going to make them. Read more>>

Karyn Martin

I grew up believing that publicists were fairy godmothers. My mom was a freelance reporter with a shopping column, and she regularly received boxes upon boxes of products to review. After finishing her story, she would try to return the products and maintain the utmost level of journalistic integrity. Read more>>

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