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.

Oddity Odysseys | Urban Explorers & Video Creators

As Video Creators & Urban Explorers, we want our Legacy to be that we captured odd places, forgotten ruins, and artists’ stories to share with the world. Nothing brings us more satisfaction in our work than to hear from viewers, “I’ve lived here my whole life and never heard of this place.” or “This video made me feel like I was there exploring with you two.” We hope our work continues to reach new eyes for years to come. Hard work, passion, and dedication are vital to keep going in an industry that is continually growing, but we love the challenge. We hope people remember us as creators who provoked conversation, produced a few laughs, and captured others’ legacies with our content. Read more>>

Sebastian Salinas | Aka (Girometta369) Visual Artist.

I truly want them to remember that the only thing we have secured in this life, is death! That means that life is meant to have fun. Go outside and collect unique experiences, meet amazing people and enjoy every little moment of your limited time. Create, observe, analyze and learn everyday… Read more>>

Rita Saliba | Founder of Blissful Seeds Inc.

I want Blissful Seeds to be a model for other people to follow, to practically give adults with disabilities a voice. Fighting for people with disabilities involves a lot of doing, and I want to be remembered as someone who was not afraid of doing the work. People with more pronounced disabilities are often destined to aimlessly go through the motions of life; and while very few overcome obstacles with tenacity and will power, many continue to struggle to get their basic rights met. Read more>>