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Rising Stars from the South West Side

The heart of our mission at VoyageChicago 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 Chicago’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 the South West of Chicago below.

Paul De Leon, Anthony Maas, and Nathan Martine-Tetzloff

We all began writing songs and then in 2017, we jumped headfirst into the vibrant local Chicago live music scene. From there, we linked up with some talented producers and we steadily worked towards professionally recording and releasing our music. Read more>>

Andrea Fowler

In August 2006, I moved to Chicago two days after graduating college with no plan and no contacts, other than my sister, whom I was going to live with, and who works in insurance. I spent months sending my portfolio and resume to every single company applying for any graphic design job I could find. Read more>>

Izabella Maka

During the last six years, I have worked with models from the best-known agencies from Miami, Chicago, LA, and New York City. My work appeared in Vogue Italia, Forbes Poland, Beau Nu Magazine, Dark Beauty, Ellements, Beauty Launchpad, Boudoir Inspiration. I worked for clothing advertising campaigns, fashion shows. I did a few music album covers and music videos. I worked with celebrities from Europe and LA. Read more>>

Michael Bart and Robbie Mathews

Michael and Robbie Mathews are an award-winning couple from Chicago, Illinois USA. This husband and wife duo are both proven and successful self-made global entrepreneurs, engaging international speakers, real estate investors, and sought after financial empowerment & transformation coaches. Read more>>

Kelvin Eugene Harris

I fell in love with the world of fashion. Luxury, streetwear, lingerie… Almost everything intrigues me, so I have always allowed myself to explore the limits of ideas. I’ve always been ambitious, so I love the challenge of turning my illustrations into three-dimensional works of wearable art. Read more>>

Leslie Bowman

It’s so interesting how much has happened over the last 10 years! I went from being a financial consultant for builders and developers to running the design business I have today – doing a complete 180. I started my career in public accounting, which was a perfect fit for me at the time, but after a number of years I knew that I needed to pursue my true passion of interior design. I took a leap and left the finance world to go back to school. While I was in design school, I did some design consulting on the side, which helped me form great connections and immerse myself even further in the design industry. Read More>>

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