We asked folks about legacy and what they want people to remember about them. We’ve shared some of those responses below.
Laranda Stoakes | SFX Makeup Artist RuthlessCosmo
What I want people to remember about me most is that I paved the way for future generations of young creatives who needed a helping hand in finding their voice. I want to leave behind a foundation that helps aide women in the ADHD diagnosis process, as well as a community where everyone favors vulnerability and self confidence. Read more>>
Jarrod Chatham | 3D Artist & Animator
This is one of the most difficult questions that I often ask myself as a 3D artist, animator, and independent filmmaker. It is because it challenges one’s aspirations and what sort of meaningful impact one has on the world. For much of my work, I am very much a perfectionist and strive for the greatest potential in my abilities as a young animator. In my animated work, I often collaborate with my identical twin brother Parker Chatham. I believe for us, our legacy will be that we are recognized as a director duo. Read more>>
Patricia Edwards | Founder of Flawless Belle, Stylist Concierge
I want my legacy to be that I persevered through all my trials to succeed. I want to be remembered as a woman who showed tenacity and strength through times were some people may have given up. Read more>>