Random photo of the day: Photos Tell Stories Gambian students ‘Home’ photography assignment

As part of the ‘Photos Tell Stories’ 4-day photography workshop, in The Gambia, our young  students  were given an assignment: ‘Home‘.

During the workshop, photographer and tutor, Jason Florio, showed ‘Home‘ work from our contributing international photographers – such as Ben Lowy, Amy Toensing, Wayne Lawrence, Manjari Sharma, and Heloise Bergman – we then asked our students to take the cameras and photograph what means ‘Home‘ to them.

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Image © Muhammed Njie, Fajara, The Gambia

To see more of great ‘Home‘ work from our Gambian students, please click here.

Jason shows the PTS’s students the work of New Zealand photographer, Heloise Bergman ‘‘Tā Moko – Modern Māori Warriors’

We are now working on an exhibition of the students work, to be held here in The Gambia – date to be confirmed. Please subscribe (in the left hand column) if you would like to receive updates.

Thanks s always for stopping by

The Florios – Helen and Jason

Photos Tell Stories tote bags by ‘Jekkah – African inspired clothing‘ – made in The Gambia

Published by Jason Florio & Helen Jones-Florio

Award-winning photographer, filmmaker, and writer, Jason Florio (floriophoto.com), and photographer, producer, videographer and writer, Helen Jones-Florio http://www.rivergambiaexpedition.com/ http://930kmafricanodyssey.tumblr.com/ https://www.facebook.com/floriophotostellstories Twitter @floriophotonNYC Instagram https://www.instagram.com/floriotravels/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/jasonflorio/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/florio_gallery/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/doors_facades_florio/

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