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TRAVEL TO THE ENDS OF THE EARTH: PHOTOGRAPHER DAN KAINEN & AUTHOR DAVID GOOD

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Travel to the ends of the earth on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show when joining Halli at her table are inventor, artist, photographer, and industrial designer, Dan Kainen author of a new Photicular ™ book: POLAR and David Good, author of THE WAY AROUND, FINDING MY MOTHER & MYSELF AMONG THE YANOMAMI. 

An alumnus of Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, Dan Kainen's art has been exhibited in the Ronald Feldman Gallery in Soho, among other New York galleries and private collections. In the 1980s Kainen started experimenting with holography, and then with integrated images. This led to three patents in that field, the latest of which is the basis for a new Photicular™ book: POLAR, that takes readers on a stunning journey to the remote, mysterious, and severe Arctic and Antarctic. 

David Good is a Yanomami-American, his mother a Yanomami residing in the Amazon Rainforest of southeastern Venezuela. His father, Kenneth Good, is an American anthropologist whom studied the Yanomami people for decades, which is where he met David’s mom. Their family’s history has been televised in National Geographic and written about in People Magazine, New York Times, and the London Times. Now David tells his own story in his fascinating new memoir, THE WAY AROUND, FINDING MY MOTHER & MYSELF AMONG THE YANOMAMI a story of self-discovery, of being of two worlds, growing up in New Jersey, his mother’s abandonment and return to her tribe in the Amazon when he was six, the heavy toll that took on his childhood and the near-fatal car accident that gave him a purpose: to find a way back to his mom. Good is the founder and executive director of The Good Project, a nonprofit service organization dedicated to the education, health care, and preservation of indigenous groups in South and Central America.

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