The many faces of a creative force of nature. With Indrani Pal-Chaudhuri.

On this episode, our hosts meet with the incredibly talented Indrani Pal-Chaudhuri, celebrity photographer, filmmaker, and social justice advocate. Together they talk about Indrani's career, her childhood experience with Mother Theresa, her iconic work with David Bowie, Beyonce, and Lady Gaga, and her active involvement in social justice issues. Can art bring change to modern society? How can artists contribute to make the world a better place?

Episode Highlights:

12:07 Starting my charitable organization is the best work I have ever done. It's where my greatest joy is. Seeing these children and women whose life can be transformed so quickly is very rewarding.

14:09 We got a call at the studio one day and it was David Bowie. He was the Creative Director for Iman's retrospective book and was looking for someone new to work with. They had seen my work in an underground magazine and decided to give it a try.

23:45 One of my very first events at the United Nations, where I had an important role, was the "World Fashion Forum." I was so excited about the potential of bringing together luxury brands around some of the issues they could do much better with such as labor chain issues, slavery, living wages, and pollution issues.


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