Author and wildlife photographer Laura Crawford Williams’s lions, tigers, giraffes and monkeys will romp at Mar-A-Lago in the wildest party of the season, the 2018 Safari Night Ball benefiting Young Adventurers, Inc. The event hosted by honorary chairs Jim and Elizabeth Trump-Grau is the primary fundraiser for Young Adventurers, a non-profit mentoring organization serving young adults since 1992. At the event Wildlife Photographer Laura Crawford Williams will be signing her newly released book that takes Readers on a Wild Ride through South America in “Wildlife in Wild Lands: Photography for Conservation in Southern South America.”
Guests at the safari-chic Mar-A-Lago benefit can take a walk on the wild side with Laura’s breathtaking photography captured by her precocious camera (lcwphoto.com) throughout her eight-year journey in South America’s robust landscapes. Wildlife in Wild Lands: Photography for Conservation in Southern South America embodies a collection of dramatic landscapes and fierce animals, is available now. Internationally recognized and award-winning photographer Laura Crawford Williams captures and shares her inspiring journey within 244 vivid pages accessible in both English and Spanish. Wildlife in Wild Lands: Photography for Conservation in Southern South America, in which Laura commemorates her colorful career, has been 10 years in the making. The tabletop book’s exclusive images resonate with a strong theme of conservation, allowing readers to connect to a world in dire need of exposure thousands of miles away.
Laura and her partner, German Ambrosetti, created Frontera Wildlife Adventures, a nonprofit company focusing on conservation projects and education. Her hard work and dedication in the field of conservation is reflected in the must-have book. Laura Crawford’s work has been published and recognized by magazines such asNational Geographic, National Wildlife, The Nature Conservancy, and Nature’s Best. Her love for photography has come naturally and has led her to success in different areas. Wildlife in Wild Lands: Photography for Conservation in Southern South America hopes to inspire intellectual curiosity and invite others to share the same excitement and awe that she gets from working with wildlife. Individual tickets are $600.