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Small in stature. Big in voice. CJ is a powerhouse vocalist with a passion for entertaining others, whether it be through her songwriting, comedy, or dance skills. She has worked with some of Atlanta’s top personalities, including India Arie, Wanda Smith (V-103), and Janelle Monae, and even got to be a part of the first reality music television show, PopStars. When she’s not creating or instructing others, CJ enjoys finding new food spots and focusing on a more sustainable lifestyle.
The student with style. Originally a marketing major at GSU, Deion decided to follow his true passion and has since switched over to fashion design. He draws his inspiration from ongoing travels between two creative capitals: Tokyo, Japan and Atlanta, Georgia. “I love Atlanta because of the close-knit community, “ he offers. “Everyone cooperates with each other instead of viewing everyone as competition.” After graduation, Deion aspires to create his own brand and share it with the world.
Georgia native, Allison is looking forward to creating a sense of community amongst her future residents, as she is the property manager of Olmsted. In her free time, you can find her picking through antique shops and estate sales, brunching with her friends or painting.She can’t live without coffee, Bikram yoga or her cat Sgt. Tibbs. She loves Atlanta because there is always something to do, whether it’s biking on the beltline, hiking Stone mountain, walking around Piedmont Park or visiting the High Museum of Art.
Career chameleon? We think so. Although Davey’s main focus is on-stage performance through his singing, songwriting, and guitar, he also spends time behind the curtain as an experienced brand developer and international tour manager. He’s as comfortable on stage as he is in the studio and regularly fills dual roles to make big things happen for himself and others. His love of Atlanta in particular stems from the city’s “opportunities for personal and professional growth,” a sentiment that we agree with wholeheartedly.
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