Excited to Share | My AIA Documentary Was Officially Released
Updated: Mar 21
I am ecstatic to share that my AIA documentary was officially released that gives insight to me and my advocacy work. Both activism and architecture can change communities for the better. Because of your support I have made an impact in both areas—from opening pathways to help marginalized people enter architecture to designing and building schools in my family’s native country of Haiti.
Although my expressive hands are doing the absolute most, I am really proud with the final product. There is both a 10 mins and extended version with an additional 20 mins.
Watch to learn more about my influence in the industry and beyond.
Extended 30 mins version
Behind the Scenes - Filming at the SAY IT LOUD - NOMA 50th Exhibition
“Pascale is teaching everyone around us…She is very much of the camp that really puts the human experience and the human being—the soul of the person—at the center of why things are being made.”
—Sir David Adjaye, Hon. FAIA, Founder, Adjaye Associates
“She’s being recognized for taking a tremendous effort to expose the accomplishments of other people…I couldn’t think of anybody that, quite frankly, is more deserving.”
—Antoine Bryant, Assoc. AIA, Director, Planning & Development, City of Detroit
“Pascale is able to nurture a new generation through telling her own story.”
—Fitgi Saint-Louis, Brand Designer, Beyond the Built Environment
Thank you to my incredible support team for taking time to participate in capturing my journey.
Venesa Alicea Chuqui
Bryan Lee Jr.
William J. Stanley III
Sir David Adjaye
My favorite part is when William Stanley III placed the Whitney M. Young Jr. medal around my neck. Please comment below with your favorite part!
If you are wondering why I chose to send you this email, please know your support means everything to me. You are a part of my community and someone I aspire to make proud.