Laura Williams photographs musicians and performances with a soulful and musical eye. She creates images both intimate and vibrant. Laura has photographed in large stadium venues, intimate clubs, backstage and onstage, at theatre photo calls and on film sets. Among the many musicians she has photographed are Richie Havens, the Sun Ra Arkestra directed by Marshall Allen, Baaba Maal, Burnt Sugar, Meshell Ndegeocello, Julian and Stephen Marley, Antibalas, Tower of Power, and Femi Kuti.
Laura's work has been published in Relix, Global Rhythm, Lucky and Cargo magazines. Other clients include Queens Council on the Arts, Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, Project Diversity Queens (Executive Producer, Danny Simmons), Brian Tate of The Tate Group, Sounds of Brazil (S.O.B.'s) nightclub in New York City, Modiba Productions, the Lark Theatre, Welthaus Bielefeld, and a variety of musicians and individuals, including Burnt Sugar, Michael Veal, Jody Elff, Jane Rigler, Shrine for the Black Madonna, the Dustbin Brothers, Derrin Maxwell, Saydah Zekee and Robert Dick. She photographed still images on the film set of Black Body Radiation, directed by Greg Tate. Her work has been exhibited at A.I.R. Gallery in New York City.