Connecting my life and my business to social justice and environmental issues has always been important to me. Being an entrepreneur, I always intended my business to commit energy toward making the world a better place, and that has taken shape in many ways with Pangeality Productions. Simply holding those values is an important start, but I wanted my business to put those values to work, contributing and helping to move humanity in a healthier direction, including the way we do business.
First, I prefer to work with clients who share some of those same values, which includes green businesses in thought as well as in product, nonprofit organizations, and entities who see their endeavors as directly engaged in the many complex issues and challenges we face.
Second, I produce media about issues that concern me, both in my personal as well as professional work. I have worked on projects that deal with Organic Agriculture, Sustainable Energy, Affordable Housing, Immigration, The Illegal Electronic Waste Trade, Species Extinction, The Drug War, Peak Oil, Natural Building, Indigenous Rights, and Global Fair Trade Issues.
Third, I offer my time and skills to various organizations in support of the work that they are doing. In recent years, Pangeality Productions has steadily donated or offered at a reduced rate video production services to help organizations raise money, promote events, reach out to their members and recipients, and share with the world who they are and the work they are doing.
The whole concept of Pangeality ties in to this in that my work focusses on global diversity and the many manifestations of life on planet earth, and that includes commerce. It is my belief that having a better understanding of the impact our lifestyles and consumer choices have on the environment and other human beings, the greater the impact our choices make.