I'm a filmmaker and entrepreneur, passionate about outdoor adventure and committed to sustainable design. Over the years working and playing out in the elements, I saw a real need for more versatile, stylish apparel made specifically for hot, buggy climates.
After a decade producing and directing documentaries and brand films through my production company Fresh Media, I launched Pang Wangle to start making the clothes I wished I could find. We partner with Insect Shield® to infuse odorless and effective bug repellent into our clothes and accessories. The protection lasts 70+ washes and its EPA approved for the entire family. And we've built a sustainable supply chain for our high performance, lightweight fabrics.
verb 1. To go along cheerfully despite minor misfortunes.
Pang Wangle is a vintage American phrase that reflects our optimistic approach to enjoying the outdoors – despite those little bloodsuckers - with the right clothes and the right attitude. Global warming is expanding insect habitats, and vector-borne diseases are on the rise. It's time to adapt.
In 2022, I launched Travel Itch: A Pang Wangle Podcast, where I interview experienced travelers about some of their most memorable experiences and location. Find it wherever you get your podcasts.
Before Pang Wangle, I founded Fresh Media, an award-winning video production company creating non-fiction branded content for a long list of clients. I also produced and directed two feature films: Reconstructing Creole (2007) won Best Documentary Feature at the Los Angeles DV Film Festival and All Over But to Cry (2009) won an Emmy and airs in the UK on PBS America after spending 3 years on The Documentary Channel.
As an Adjunct Professor of Visual Communication at Tulane University, I've taught about the history and theory of visual communication in a variety of cultural contexts. I have also taught Political Communication at Tulane, and Feature Writing and Communication Writing at Loyola University.
Collaboration and innovation feed my curiosity. What's next? Something good.
|Location||New Orleans, LA|
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