Lest we forget…
If people were already buying his (Jason Florio’s) work, without any proper promotion, then there had to be more people out there who would like to see and buy his work—it just needed a little marketing
– Helen Jones-Florio/PDN
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Check out the latest edition of Musée Magazine, which features four images from one of the Helen Jones-Florio gallery photographers, New York-based, Michel Delsol (page# 68-69) – fine art prints of which are available on the HJF gallery site. See ‘Blogging It‘
The images featured in the magazine are from Michel’s
Nature & Urban Landscapes in Black and White Polaroid – see here
Daily photo updates, from all the HJF Gallery photographers, can be found on @HJF_Gallery Instagram page
See more: wordlyimages
Check out some incredible work, available to purchase, from our very select collective of internationally established photographers, in the Helen Jones-Florio online gallery: Robert Goldstein, London; Michel Delsol, NYC; Ritty Tacsum, Malta; Chris Bartlett, NYC; Oskar Landi, NYC; Ken Shung, NYC; Jason Florio, Malta/NYC
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‘Blogging It’ is the conduit to all our photographers – interacting with them through personalized features. It’s where you will find regular posts about all of the photographers on the HJF site – we’ll be featuring new work, what (and who) inspires them, interviews, exhibitions, news, reviews, events, what else we like here at the new HJF gallery… .’ Helen Jones-Florio – Founder of HJF Gallery
Check out what we have up there so far: Q&A’s between Pulitzer Prize-winning photo editor, Stella Kramer, and the HJF photographers: Chris Bartlett, NYC, Ken Shung, NYC, Michel Delsol, NYC – in the coming weeks, we’ll have the rest of the HJF gallery photographers Q&A’s with Stella up there: Jason Florio, NYC/Malta, Robert Goldstein, London, UK, Ritty Tacsum, Malta, and Oskar Landi, NYC.
And, for daily photo updates from all the gallery photographers, ‘follow’ us on Instagram @HJF_Gallery
On Monday, June 6, 2016, I watched from my vantage point on the rocks overlooking the historical Grand Harbour, and the Three Cities, Malta, as the Phoenix sailed out towards the Mediterranean on its first mission of 2016 in those waters. Once more onboard – just as he had been in 2015 – my husband, photographer, Jason Florio, camera gear at the ready, to document the boat rescues; which began as soon as they reached their destination of the ‘Dead Zone‘, off the Libyan coast.
The next boat the Phoenix crew will see, within their vicinity, won’t be a tourist boat leisurely cruising the Three Cities, in the calm waters of the Grand Harbour, but a precariously over-crowded rubber dinghy, out in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea – which will prove to be the first of several rescues in these first few days at sea.
Love and luck, and a safe journey, to Florio and the always-inspiring, hard-working Phoenix SAR team and the crew – and to the Responder crew too, MOAS’s 2nd boat (which Florio was onboard earlier this year, on its missions in the Aegean Sea), which will be alongside, patrolling the waters.
Check out Jason Florio’s blog, with regular updates about his assignments