For about a year, Angelica Pasquali has been collaborating with influential women all over the globe to relay a powerful message that everyone should hear. The message these women send is clear, we all need to work together do our part in any way we can.

           The featured Women of Impact are: Alana Eagle, Emilie Johnsen, Jaclyn Lee, Maysan Nashashibi, and Angelica Pasquali. This project is a big feat to accomplish, but was made possible by National Geographic’s platform. Although National Geographic did not sponsor this video and it is not an official National Geographic video, the Women of Impact wanted to actively show how powerful coming together can be even when we are spread across the world.


In this suicide prevention campaign, brave suicide survivors talk about their attempts, stories, and more importantly, their inspiring recoveries. 

This campaign was co-produced by my friend Jade and I. People volunteered to talk for the sake of opening up real conversations and hopefully giving vital insight for people in similar dark spots as they were. We hope that this campaign shows that life can be hard, very hard at times. Yet, life is still worth living and there is still countless beautiful things, people, and events. 


I teamed up with Ramapo College of New Jersey recycling team & volunteers to show how much “recyclable” waste just 9% of the campus producing in ONE WEEK, Which was over 130 POUNDS!


Recycling is eco-friendly but not the most sustainable method. Contamination leads to recyclable items getting tossed to landfills. Not to mention only 9% of all plastic ever made has been recycled to begin with! Watch the video to see how you can reduce your waste or improve your recycling!


Drone and video work by Jacob Feldman.

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