Cultures on the Edge
Aired On: Dec 20, 2012
Chris Rainier discusses his visual exploration of traditional cultures living on the edge of change in a modern world.
Photographer Chris Rainier is a master at creating powerful images that document the anthropological story of indigenous cultures whose ways are under threat. Former photographic assistant to Ansel Adams, Rainier’s stunning images have been featured in Life, New York Times, National Geographic Adventure and Traveler. As Director of...
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