A ten-day storytelling workshop for international writers, artists and filmmakers submerging into the lives, culture and nature of the Peruvian Amazon and its indigenous people.
What will maritime cultures be without vibrant economic and social communities connected with the sea itself?! How can communities retain and promote local livelihoods, social networks, cuisine, music, stories, values, varieties of customs and language?
Over a 35 year career, Mark Abouzeid has worked in International Economics, Technology Development, Innovation Theory, Photojournalism, Documentary Filmmaking and Cultural Heritage.
Born in Princeton, N.J., to a Lebanese father and Irish-American mother, Mark Abouzeid moved countries for the first time at 10 months of age. Since then, he has lived and worked in over 35 countries including the polar arctic, bedouin deserts and countless seas.