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Inspiring Stories from Quincy

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 Quincy and surrounding areas below.

Jessica Coyle

In my earlier years, as a Weymouth high school athlete I was always surrounded with older girls as I was on varsity at a young age. Specifically on the softball team I was a freshman and one of the older players “Ally” got some of the team involved in lifting- as her dad ran the high schools strength and conditioning program. Read more>>

Dr. Scott Rosner

My name is Dr. Scott Rosner and I am second generation Chiropractor. I first knew what I wanted to be when I grew up in the 5th grade. When we were asked what we wanted to be when we grows up in the yearbook I responded, Chiropractor. Read more>>

Nicole Pelissier Mulstay

When I was 8 years, old my grandfather gave me my very first camera. Photography was his hobby, and I told him that I wanted to be a photographer just like him when I grew up. I was fascinated by the old photos of my grandmother that he had. I remember wondering if he would remember what she had looked like all those years ago if he didn’t have those photos. Read more>>

LeeLee Couture

I have been a below knee amputee since I was a year old. I spent a lot of time in doctors offices drawing in my childhood, and I knew I wanted to be an artist, and always admired my brothers talent for tattooing. With my parents support I did everything and anything I put my mind too, including ice hockey and gymnastics. Read more>>

Patrick Dalton

I started playing music as a kid. I don’t think I’ve ever wanted anything as bad as I wanted my first drum set. I shoveled my neighbor’s driveways in the winter time to save up for it. I’d have dreams about getting those drums and where I’d put them. I was just so focused on music I wanted to be a part of the world. Read more>>

Erin Crowley

Was working a lot of dead end office jobs. I liked art in high school so took a couple of college art classes. Wanted to learn more about oil painting and portraiture. Found an amazing yet peculiar master painter in the yellow pages (the real paper book back in the 90s). Read more>>

Wendy Bunten

I became an apprentice optician while working in downtown Boston and purchased a small business in my hometown 23 years ago. We specialize in hard to fit patients and a truly unique eyewear selection. We also have an eye doctor on the premises that can fit you with the most modern contact lenses. Read more>>

Douglas Eymer, Selene Carlo-Eymer

I was born and raised in a Western Pennsylvania town of Bradford, a former oil boomtown most famous as the birthplace and home of Zippo “Windproof” Lighters. My parents were first-generation college graduates and both teachers within the Bradford public school system. My mom was a reading specialist, and my father was a high school guidance counselor. Read more>>

Christine Lott

In 2007 I traveled to Tanzania as a volunteer for three weeks. While there I made a promise that forever changed my life. In 2007, I was a Vice President at Goldman Sachs. After returning from Tanzania I started a nonprofit and helped a congregation build a church. Read more>>

Anand Kavalapara

I started with a film SLR and switched to a DSLR in 2005. Shot a Black crowned night heron in a pond nearby that began my quest in bird photography. Photography to me is crouching in wait for the birds to approach and taking undisturbed shots of their natural behavior, is waking up hours before sunrise for capturing a landscape in the right light. Read more>>

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