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Date: January 22, 2018
Time: 7:00 pm  to  10:00 pm

I will be continuing my tour as one of the featured National Geographic photographers for the National Geographic Live series. I’ll be in Portland and Victoria, B.C. this month and Omaha, Ontario, Buffalo, San Jose and Los Angeles in the coming months. My talk, titled “Rhinos, Rickshaws & Revolutions,” is about my exploration of the world from temples to war zones and rhinos to pandas. Tickets and information are available online. In the mornings, I will speak to more local school children, and later in the evenings to adult audiences. See you out there!

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