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.

J. Clint Carter | Artist and Statistician

I would like my legacy to be that of a kind, generous, and humble man, a good friend, and a loving father. Artistically, I would like to be known as an artist who finds beauty in the barren and inspiration in the commonplace. As a fourth generation Arizona Native, I spent a lifetime in rural communities enriched by three of Arizona’s five C’s, Cotton, Cattle, and Copper. At the ripe age of eight, I worked the cotton fields in Wenden, full-time, forty hours a week of hard labor. We started at 6am and clocked out at 2pm, working eight hour days chopping cotton in the blazing Arizona summer sun. Read more>>

Cecil Tso | Owner & In-House Producer / Recording Engineer / DJ at Fang Over Fist Records

That I pushed for Independent Hip-Hop, and Indigenous Music in a town that isn’t sure what to think of any of it from a business stand point. Read more>>

Calvin Maryland | Business Owner and Tattoo Artist

I want my legacy to be a remembrance of the hard work and dedication I have for my craft. Nothing was handed to me as an entrepreneur/business owner. I’ve worked hard and stayed committed to learning and perfecting my art. Read more>>