As a stay-at-home mom, Carris Davis struggled with isolation and feeling invisible. Yet through motherhood, she has rediscovered her artistic voice and purpose.
As an iconic member of Mötley Crüe, one of rock’s most notorious bands, Tommy Lee’s life took him around the world and to the top of the charts. Although one phase of his career might be done, Tommy knows the golden years are still ahead. And he’s certainly not done yet.
As an advocate for contemporary music, soprano Amanda DeBoer Bartlett pursues collaboration and experimentation, bringing new possibilities and ways of seeing the world through shared experiences by both performer and audience.
Combining his education in human services and art, Zora Murff’s photography focuses on race, identity, and how images are used to reinforce sociocultural constructs; telling stories of those often marginalized, in the fringes of society.
While many artists and creators chase the stardom of popularity, Lea Farho knows that even a small contribution, from the quiet of her own home studio, can impact lives far beyond her reach.
Lindsey Nielsen never intended to pursue a path in radio, but has used her platform to help foster support and outreach in her community.
John Cook has reached some of the highest pinnacles in the volleyball world, but the experiences of working with student athletes is what drives his energy and passion.
After stints as a musician and several jobs in the tech world, Chris Hughes finally found his stride. A fascination with military field gear, vintage aesthetic, and functional design opened the door to his company: Artifact Bag Co.
Paul and Stephanie Jarrett took a leap with their company, Bulu Box. While the journey has been filled with fear and uncertainly, it has not only strengthened their marriage but served as a conduit for their purpose in life.
After her marriage, Joy O’Conner experienced a particularly difficult path with their first child. With her mother-in-law sensing she needed something to help that process, the world of clay and pottery came into her life.
For Courtney and Katrine, Sweet As has provided a kindred friendship, full of values and a way of life in why they create.
He’s known in football circles as the Wideout Producer, Dr. Route, and the Route Scientist, but Keith Williams’ life as both a player and coach were never handed to him on a silver platter.
For Tim Maides and Ryan Cook, making soap has turned into a way of life after starting out as a weekend science experiment.
As a Pulitzer Prize winner and former U.S. Poet Laureate, the act of creating for Ted Kooser still involves daily practice in creating work that will endure.
For Abigail Ervin, art is not the final goal, yet it feeds into a bigger purpose for her life in giving to others.
Trying to juggle a full-time job and creative passion, Machelle Kolbo found the courage to take the leap in order to follow her true calling.
In the often saturated world of web design, John Wooten has discovered clarity in solving problems for his clients.