The keynotes by Mark Raymond enlighten audiences about the art of urban planning and how much architectural decisions affect the livelihood of the population.
Mark Raymond was educated at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. After returning to Trinidad in 1993, he has been involved with many planning projects around the Caribbean. He has lectured at the London Metropolitan University as well as the Caribbean School of Architecture in Kingston.
He is currently the President of the Trinidad and Tobago Institute of Architects.
By stressing the importance of architecture in the development of our everyday lives, the keynotes by Mark Raymond focus attention on how beneficial facilities can be to society.