So many of the folks we work with have multidimensional stories. They often aren’t just working on a single project, business or mission – instead they are often involved in so many things all at once and so we often wonder about what they themselves hope their legacy will be about. We’ve shared some of their responses with you below.

 Jeff Nadler | Fine Art wildlife Photographer

I hope my legacy will be that I helped people become aware of the problems facing the environment and wildlife, and that I influenced them to become activists in fighting species extinction, environmental degradation and the loss of wild places, as well as become advocates of animal rights, stronger penalties for animal cruelty and the banning of trophy hunting. If people who knew me think of me after I’m gone, I hope they’ll remember me as someone who stood up and fought for what he believed in despite all opposition, was principled and thoughtful, and had an unwavering love for the all the creatures we share the planet with. Read more>>

Bas Janssen | Passionate Recording/Mixing Engineer & Lively Drummer/Percussionist

I want my legacy to be that I was one of the most loving members of the industry. I love bringing people together and sharing. I don’t like making music about money and getting a deal off someone or ripping them off etc. Of course I need to be able to pay my bills, but I don’t like having to decide on taking a project based on money. Therefore I’d work for my legacy to inspire others to take care of each other and remember that music is a collaborative industry and it relies on there being many individuals to form the team. I want to see more integrity in the industry! Work for people that care as much about you as you do their project/vision. Read more>>

Brittany King-Pleas | CEO/Founder of Women of So Cal & Laugh Enthusiast

I want my legacy to be all about inspiring others to greatness – to see their ideas come to fruition. I have a strong desire for heart-centered people to take care of themselves without feeling guilty. My legacy will be one of building community across different interests and sectors. People will remember my smile, my laugh and how deeply I cared for others. Read more>>