EOB is a pioneer of the sustainable filmmaking movement, working with major motion pictures and television series to reduce their environmental impact as well as their bottom line since 2011. Recent clients include the Emmy and Golden Globe winning series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Spielberg’s Oscar nominated film The Post. After her sustainability leadership on The Amazing Spider-Man 2 contributed to it being acclaimed as “the most eco-friendly blockbuster in Sony Pictures’ history,” she founded Earth Angel in 2013 to expand her expertise and impact. An inaugural Tory Burch Foundation Fellow, Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses alum, and 2018 Inc. Magazine 30 Under 30 Rising Star, EOB also speaks around the world on the topic of sustainable production. She holds a B.F.A. in Film & Television from NYU. When she isn’t dumpster diving or advancing her ladyboss skills, she is roaming Brooklyn with her dog, Sully.
Trash Zodiac Animal: Raccoon
Daphne Medina is a film geek and sustainability professional focused on the ways in which the entertainment industry can help solve global social and environmental issues. She honed her skills in strategic planning and corporate social responsibility, as well as her expertise in the science of climate change and carbon accounting during her time in the M.B.A./M.S. program at University of Michigan’s Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise. Before settling down in the entertainment industry, she worked on environmental issues around the world, from carbon offsets in Kenya to public transit on Hawai`i Island to eco-tourism in Ireland. Hailing from Boston, she attended Boston University, graduating with B.A. in Political Science. When she has a free moment, she is probably trying a new seasonal recipe or catching up on all the movies and tv shows on her (very long) list.
Trash Zodiac Animal: Bag
From the impressionable age of 8, after witnessing the sweeping epic of ‘Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring’ for the very first time, Meagan Goodspeed knew that the Film and TV industry was the path she was meant to take. With a mission to escape her home state of Florida forever, Meagan attended Appalachian State University in NC to study Telecommunications. During her time there, she was actively involved with the university’s Solar Decathlon - an international competition where universities competed to build a net-zero energy home thus spawning her passion for sustainability. With a mission to escape the bible belt forever, she moved to NYC where she worked within the art department as a coordinator on TV series such ‘Teen Mom’, and also as a senior producer in the audio post industry. Meagan is excited to be combining her two passions into one at Earth Angel. When she’s not advancing her trash queen skills, she can be found in one of the many Bushwick dine-in theaters eating brunch and watching movies.
Trash Zodiac Animal: Pigeon
Pamela Rice joins Earth Angel, after a stint on one of our productions as an Eco PA with Amazon Studios. She has a zeal for environmental sustainability and will talk your ear off about if you give her the chance! She received a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Economics, from the University of Rhode Island. Thereafter, working in both the environmental and finance sector, including renewable energy projects in Cameroon, Africa. Pam loves a good series binge in her down time. On the weekend you can find her running in the park or checking out a new food joint.
Trash Zodiac Animal: Opossum
Growing up in a frugal Chinese family, the culture of repurposing and conserving resources has always been part of Jackson's life. Inspired by the film "Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution", Jackson started fervently researching environmental solutions and implementing greener practices on the set of Netflix's "GLOW", where he worked as the Writers' PA for two seasons. He is now earning the Sustainability Certificate at UCLA, developing better communication methods about environmental solutions, and introducing friends to dance as a climate anxiety-relief tool. You can find Jackson at an underground LA hip hop jam yelling at breakdancers about shoes made from upcycled coffee waste, carbon sequestration by permaculture, and effective altruism.
Trash Zodiac Animal: Rat
Sully is the backbone of company morale, bringing one and a half years of strong expertise in cuddles and kisses. His sad eyes are sure to convince even the staunchest climate denier that recycling is important. He loves hanging out at the crafty table and playing in sprinklers!
Trash Zodiac Animal: Fly