Paige Peterson is a photojournalist (and has reported extensively about the Middle East), an illustrator (A Christmas Carol, adapted by Jesse Kornbluth and Blackie: The Horse Who Stood Still, which she co-authored with Christopher Cerf), a painter (represented by Gerald Peters Gallery in New York City and honored by The Guild Hall Academy of the Arts in East Hampton with a lifetime membership), an author (contributing to Marin Magazine, New York Social Diary and the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations), a consultant at the Attitudinal Healing International organization and the Huntsman Cancer Foundation, a board member of the National Council on US-Arab Relations, and an International Conservation Communication Specialist at Safari West.  Ms. Peterson lives in New York City. For more information visit: www.paigempeterson.com

PAIGE PETERSON BLOGS

A Night of Triumph; The firestorm surrounding Safari West

By Paige Peterson and   10/08/19
Two years ago, on the night of October 8, 2017, I was in my apartment in New York City. Unable to sleep at two in the morning, I glanced at my phone and saw a news flash. In Santa Rosa, California electrical transformers and propane tanks were exploding. I turned on…