Youtube: Directing Gambian chiefs and corralling kids! The photo exhibition is extended

We are delighted to announce that we have been asked to extend the original closing date, 30th April, 2015, of the ‘Silafando’ exhibition, at Gaya Art Café, here in The Gambia, until the middle of May. So, for those of you who missed it, then the exhibition is open for public viewing – with theContinue reading “Youtube: Directing Gambian chiefs and corralling kids! The photo exhibition is extended”

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Slideshow: behind the scenes of the River Gambia Expedition -1044km source to sea African odyssey

In early December, 2012 – mid-January, 2013, we followed the course of one of Africa’s last major free-flowing rivers – the River Gambia. Along the way, Jason documented the everyday life of those people who’s lives depend on the river.   From the source of the of the river – in the Fouta Djallon HighlandsContinue reading “Slideshow: behind the scenes of the River Gambia Expedition -1044km source to sea African odyssey”

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Youtube: Forest Festival, Koudioubé village, Senegal, West Africa

  Earlier this year, we traveled a short distance across the border,  south of The Gambia (where we have been based for the last 8-9 months),  into the Casamance region of Senegal – on assignment for a local NGO, Concern Universal, who we have  worked with on previous projects.  The purpose of this assignment wasContinue reading “Youtube: Forest Festival, Koudioubé village, Senegal, West Africa”

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