Press: Slate Magazine features the River Gambia Expedition

Thanks to Slate Magazine and Alyssa Coppelman for featuring our River Gambia Expedition – which we completed in January this year. ‘Jason Florio’s travels around the Republic of the Gambia read like tales of adventure from centuries past. Florio, along with his wife, Helen Jones-Florio, had already traveled extensively in the West African country beforeContinue reading “Press: Slate Magazine features the River Gambia Expedition”

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Happy Holidays from The Florios in The Gambia, West Africa!

An oldie but goldie, taken during our ‘Short Walk in the Gambian Bush – 930km African odyssey‘ in December 2009. We met this gentleman on the road – he seemed oblivious to the fact that he was wearing a santa hat in 95 degree heat! In fact, he made us feel instantly homesick for Christmas-timeContinue reading “Happy Holidays from The Florios in The Gambia, West Africa!”

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Press: Huffington Post – Julie Grahame/aCurator ‘2013’s Most Striking Fine Art Photography’

We are honored that Julie Grahame/aCurator included our ‘River Gambia Expedition – 1044km source-sea African odyssey‘ in her 2013 choices for fine art photography, in yesterdays Huffington Post. To see more of Jason Florio’s images from our River Gambia journey, earlier this year, please check out floriophoto.com We will post more news soon about theContinue reading “Press: Huffington Post – Julie Grahame/aCurator ‘2013’s Most Striking Fine Art Photography’”

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The Florios are back on ‘the smiling coast’ – ready to start our first photography workshop in The Gambia, West Africa

We are now ensconced in the ‘village-like’ Cape Point area of  The Gambia.  And, aside from being subjected to banging Bangra music – blasted at mac 11, until 3am this morning – all is well. The house we are staying in is surrounded by a rich, luscious tropical garden, accompanied by natures own acoustics –Continue reading “The Florios are back on ‘the smiling coast’ – ready to start our first photography workshop in The Gambia, West Africa”

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