‘Musa with Rescued Patas Monkey’ – print donated to Critical Exposure fundraising auction

For the last couple of years we have been asked to donate prints to Critical Exposure – for their Picture Equality fundraising auction; to which we have readily agreed to. It’s such a good cause, which helps to raise thousands of dollars. ‘Critical Exposure teaches youth to use the power of photography and their ownContinue reading “‘Musa with Rescued Patas Monkey’ – print donated to Critical Exposure fundraising auction”

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Photographing Gambian masquerades with Jason Florio… and an audience

Work in Progress. We can hardly wait to get back down to West Africa, to carry on working on our personal projects – one of which is a photographic anthology of the traditional masquerades of The Gambia, West Africa. As a photography producer,  my work takes place behind-the-scenes of assignments, ensuring that everything runs asContinue reading “Photographing Gambian masquerades with Jason Florio… and an audience”

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West Africa – a sneak peek at personal photography and film projects: traditional masquerades and Togolese artists

After Jason and I finished our inaugural ‘Photos Tell Stories: teaching photography – a visual language‘ photography workshops, in Gambia, West Africa – the culmination of which was an exhibition of the young Gambian students work at Alliance Française – we began to look around for new photography projects in the region. Both of usContinue reading “West Africa – a sneak peek at personal photography and film projects: traditional masquerades and Togolese artists”

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Instagram – Floriotravels – West Africa and more…

Along with updates we post on here, we’ll be adding our travel photos to our new Instagram page: floriotravels  – featuring photos from Jason Florio and myself  whether they be work, play, or simply day-to-day life scenes that capture our imagination. Please feel free to ‘follow‘ At the moment, we are having a short hiatusContinue reading “Instagram – Floriotravels – West Africa and more…”

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