He walked the length of the River Nile! Congratulations to Levison Wood

Earlier in March, along with friend and writer, Matthew Power (we miss you dearly, Matt), Jason spent a few days with Levison Wood on the Uganda section of his historic walk. Now, explorer, Lev, has just completed his incredible journey. The first person to walk almost the entire length of the River Nile, in Africa,Continue reading “He walked the length of the River Nile! Congratulations to Levison Wood”

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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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Night time photography projections of ‘Photos Tell Stories’ workshop students images, The Gambia, West Africa

After each of our 1-day ‘Photos Tell Stories: teaching photography – a visual language‘ workshops, Jason Florio (PTS’s photographer and tutor) would make an edit of the students work. When darkness fell, we would then project their images onto a huge inflatable, cinema-sized, screen – thanks to our main partners, the U.S. Embassy, Banjul –Continue reading “Night time photography projections of ‘Photos Tell Stories’ workshop students images, The Gambia, West Africa”

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Photos Tell Stories – Class of 2014, The Gambia, West Africa

Our first day with the Gambian students for the inaugural ‘Photos Tell Stories. Teaching photography – a visual language‘ gave us a good insight into how each of them use the camera – how they see things. Jason Florio started with a brief history of photography by showing the students various photographers work, throughout theContinue reading “Photos Tell Stories – Class of 2014, The Gambia, West Africa”

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