Chris Rainier and Chris Riley at Chobi Mela VII

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Photo by Chris Rainier

Photo by Chris Rainier

Chris Rainier and Chris Riley – Book launch: Cultures on the Edge
Wednesday, 30 January, 11AM, Edward M. Kennedy Center

Chris Rainier and Chris Riley – Workshop: Technology and the Future of Culture
Tuesday, 29 January, Pathshala

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Chris Rainier

Chris Rainier is considered one of the leading documentary photographers working today. His mysterious images of sacred places and indigenous peoples of the planet have been seen in  the leading publications of  the day including:  Time, Life, National  Geographic publications, Outside, Conde Nast Traveler, The New York Times, Smithsonian, Mens Journal, Islands, The New Yorker, German and French Geo, and the publications of the International Red Cross, The United Nations, and Amnesty International. Rainier, a Canadian citizen is a photographer for the National Geographic Society and specialises in documenting indigenous cultures for the Societies Cultures Initiative.

Visit Chris Rainier’s website: www.chrisrainier.com

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Chris Riley

Chris Riley has worked as a strategist and researcher in advertising, design and marketing since 1983. Riley ran his own strategic planning consulting practice, Studioriley, between 2002 and 2005 working out of Portland, Munich, Helsinki and Singapore.
Between 2005 and 2010 he was head of Strategic Planning in Apple Inc’s Graphic Design and Marketing Communication Group in Cupertino, California. Riley has learned from successes such as Apple, Nike, Coke, Audi, Amazon.com, Nokia, Uniqlo, Samsung and Nikon as well as a few failures. It’s true: failure is as valuable as success.

Visit Chris Riley’s website: http://www.studioriley.com

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