William McDonough featured in a film project exploring the meaning of “legacy”

“The Legacy Project” explores this universal question of what we leave behind, using new cinematic portraiture techniques to draw viewers deep into questions of life, lifestyle, and one’s contribution to the future.

This project is a portion of a broader set of explorations by videographers David Hodge and Hi-Jin Hodge, called Closer by the Minute. They use digital technology to show the depth and power of exploring a subject in a careful, methodical way. The works in this collection address issues of interpersonal, metaphysical, and societal interest. Specific themes include impermanence in human life and affairs, a meditative study of the ocean, and an exploration of what people leave behind when life ends. The collection is presented by Loyola University.

The Legacy component of this project features William McDonough, and other leaders and important voices, such as author Sam Keen, scientific researcher Natasha Lameris Martin, and Kavita Ramdas, Executive Director of the Program on Social Entrepreneurship at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University (and former president/CEO of the Global Fund for Women), to name a few.

Check out the voices of this eclectic and inspiring goup here.here.

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