Rhino Relocation

Vimeo - Rhino Relocation, South Africa © Jason Florio
Vimeo – Rhino Relocation, South Africa © Jason Florio

 

Jason Florio – Smithsonian Magazine Instagram Takeover: Rhino Relocation, South Africa

 

Starting today, Saturday 16-Friday 22 June 2018, I’ve been invited by Smithsonian Magazine to take over their Instagram page for a week (huge thanks, Smithsonian!)

I was commissioned by the magazine (via my NYC agent, Redux Pictures). for an assignment in South Africa – ‘Movable Beast‘ – a story about the largest rhino relocation, by road, in history from South Africa to Botswana, working with the writer, Todd Pitock.

A rhino is tranquilized before being transported - Rhino Relocation, South Africa © Jason Florio
A rhino is tranquilized before being transported – Rhino Relocation, South Africa © Jason Florio

 

Check out @smithsonianmagazine Instagram page to see my exclusive, as yet, unpublished images.

So often with magazine assignments, there are a limited number of images, out of hundreds shot, that make it to the pages of the magazine. Therefore, this Instagram takeover is a great opportunity to share some of my favourites over the next week, that did not make it to the printed page.

I hope that you’ll stop by

Jason Florio

Instagram – @jasonflorio / @floriotravels
floriophoto.com

 

Photographer, Jason Florio in Mdina, Malta- image © Helen Jones-Florio
Jason Florio – image © Helen Jones-Florio

 

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One thought on “Jason Florio – Smithsonian Magazine Instagram Takeover: Rhino Relocation, South Africa

  1. Mega congrats on your assignment, Jason. Great shots. Also like how you included a shot of yourself as an intro.

    Thanks for sharing the work.

    On Sat, Jun 16, 2018 at 8:59 AM PHOTOS TELL STORIES wrote:

    > floriostudionyc posted: “Rhino Relocation Jason Florio – Smithsonian > Magazine Instagram Takeover: Rhino Relocation, South Africa Starting > today, Saturday 16-Friday 22 June 2018, I’ve been invited by Smithsonian > Magazine to take over their Instagram page fo” >

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