Karie Garnier is an award-winning filmmaker, a UNESCO-endorsed author, past columnist for The Vancouver Sun, a fine artist, and founder of three humanitarian organizations.
Karie has worked with Indigenous and First Nations healers for 35 years, and his new book honours the wisdom of the elders he’s had the privilege to know and work with.
Karie’s quest for health and enlightenment also led him to meetings with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Dr. Buckminster Fuller, Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, Dr. Masaru Emoto, and the Cherokee medicine man Rolling Thunder who mentored Karie for 15 years.
- Founder & Coordinator of “Friends of Fuga” Humanitarian Work & Cultural Preservation
- Film Producer at “Dancing Bear” Feature Documentary Film
- Researcher, Writer, Producer, Director at “The Silent Natives of Fuga” Award Winning Documentary
- Documentary Film Producer and Project Coordinator of “Fuga Island – A Tale of Visionaries, Dreamers, and Schemers”. At right, an image of Karie meeting the Philippine President Gloria Arroyo inside The Presidential Palace (April 2002).
- Founder, Photographer, Coordinator, Author, Publisher “Our Elders Speak” Cross-Cultural Photographic Project.
Thanks to his dear friends and followers around the world, he is planning a series of public book launching events soon in the following locations: a big blast of party here in beautiful Nelson, BC, another launch in Vancouver, then Los Angeles, Honolulu, then Manila, and Puerto Princesa, Palawan where he will be teaching his classes in Healing Centres.
More details and short videos that show his vibrant paintings, **THE WATER CURE** book, and the Global Vision for *The College of Water Medicine* can be seen on his Facebook and LinkedIn profiles:
Linkedin Page: ca.linkedin.com/in/kariegarnier