Save Endangered Elephants in Africa

As a husband and wife photo-documentary team, Cyril Christo and Marie Wilkinson, are featured in a Vanity Fair web exclusive for their efforts in trying to save the endangered species of elephants in Africa from being slaughtered for ivory. Since 1998, they have been following the endangered elephants and depicting them in their natural habitat. A slide show including 12 of their black and white images are on display on the Vanity Fair website. Christo and Wilkinson have also been awarded as International Photography Award winners in 2008 and 2010 in the book category for, “Lost Africa” and “Walking Thunder.” They will be screening their documentary called “Lysander’s Song,” at the MOMA in New York City on Tuesday, September 27th at 7 p.m. They have set up a petition against the ivory trade and would like for everyone to participate and educate themselves in this matter.

One thought on “Save Endangered Elephants in Africa

  1. storage facilities

    It’s apparent that you researched information before writing this article. There are several valid points mentioned that pique the reader’s interest. It’s good to see a writer make such a great effort for their work.

Comments are closed.