New work from ‘Gambia – victims, and resisters’ series

New work from our long form multi-media project (Jason Florio / Helen Jones-Florio) -‘Gambia – Victims and Resisters’: The family of Lt Ebou Lowe. Ebou was disappeared and executed by members former Gambian President, Yahya Jammeh’s hit squad, the ‘Junglers’, after he was accused of being part of a coup attempt in 2006 to overthrow the dictatorial Jammeh regime.

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Photos Tell Stories: Photojournalism Workshop for IOM, The Gambia – with Jason Florio/Helen Jones-Florio

Our Photos Tell Stories Photojournalism Workshop for IOM, in The Gambia, began last week with a group of young Gambian journalists, selected by the International Organisation for Migration. Our first day, spent in the classroom, included an introduction to photojournalism, and technical skills, with photographer and filmmaker, Jason Florio. He also shared his work ofContinue reading “Photos Tell Stories: Photojournalism Workshop for IOM, The Gambia – with Jason Florio/Helen Jones-Florio”

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Photography workshops, The Gambia, with Jason Florio

We had a very timely reminder on FB this morning, about our last photography workshop, in The Gambia, January 2014. Timely, because this time next week we will be holding our next workshop, in-country. Photography Workshops, The Gambia January 2014, Photography Workshop, The Gambia: The students spent most the first day in the classroom withContinue reading “Photography workshops, The Gambia, with Jason Florio”

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Spotlight on ‘The Gambia -Victims and Resisters’ Social Documentary Network

ZEKE The Magazine of Global Documentary ZEKE Awards -To view Jason Florio’s entry: The Gambia – victims, and resisters‘ click here The jurors are now reviewing the entries and they will announce the winners by July 1, 2019. Wishing everyone who has entered the competition, the very best of luck. To view all the entries, click here Social DocumentaryContinue reading “Spotlight on ‘The Gambia -Victims and Resisters’ Social Documentary Network”

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