Intruessence.com Founder Nicholas Pratley will be joined by celebrity friends Randy Jackson, Sarah Jane Morris, Fuchsia Kate Sumner and others for a special charity event tomorrow night, October 23.

Pratley will welcome guests to a special cocktail reception in celebration of the Los Angeles debut of his latest collection of fine art photography. Inspired by light and the essence of nature, animals and flowers, Pratley’s collection is a showcase of his philosophy that songs, art and films created with a certain intention, encode that energy and deliver the vision of the artist to others.

Guests will share in Pratley’s vision of light and energy in an elegant and intimate setting, with special shopping opportunities provided by the Visionary Eco Chic Airsteam Gift Store. Signature cocktails by Blue Angel Vodka will be served alongside hors d’oeurves by the West Hollywood staple, O-Bar.

A Limited Edition Photo Book signed by artist Nicholas Pratley will be available for sale at the event. Guests will also have the opportunity to bid on a unique, couture image signed by the artist at the Silent Auction.

The Intruessence World Fund, of Nicholas Pratley’s Intruessence.com, supports The Strongheart Fellowship, a groundbreaking social-entrepreneurship program designed to help bright, resilient young people from extremely challenging circumstances around the globe develop into compassionate, innovative problem-solvers and leaders that can affect significant social change. For more information on The Strongheart Fellowship please visit www.thestrongheartfellowship.org.

The event will take place at 431 North Orange Drive in Hancock Park, Claifornia, starting at 6:30pm.

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