On this day: Jan 26, 2017 – President Adama Barrow returns home to The Gambia, West Africa

The Gambia – January 26th, 2017: A triumphant, and momentous day for The Gambia, West Africa. Ten’s of thousands of euphoric Gambians lined the streets for miles (an estimated over 100,000 Gambians flocked the main road) – to welcome home their new president, Adama Barrow. Images / Footage ©Jason Florio & Helen Jones-Florio

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Happy Peaceful New Year, 2021 – River Gambia, West Africa

“Be patient where you sit in the dark, the dawn is coming.” Hafiz Here’s hoping for a peaceful, happier, healthier 2021 for one and all Helen Jones-Florio & Jason Florio Photographers/Filmmakers Header image ©Jason Florio -Migrant Fisherwoman checking her nets at dawn on the River Gambia CURRENT LOCATION: JANUARY 2021 THE GAMBIA, WEST AFRICA Assignment queries, andContinue reading “Happy Peaceful New Year, 2021 – River Gambia, West Africa”

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Photo of the Day: Filmmakers, Jason Florio and Andy Thompson, documentary-making in The Gambia, West Africa

Follow us on Instagram for regular updates on our work, here in The Gambia, West Africa @floriophotos / @jasonflorio / @doors_helenjonesflorio / @gaiamedia Image: Photographer and filmmaker Jason Florio, filming an interview with a young Gambian man, for a short documentary about security sector reform (SSR) in The Gambia, with co-director, Andy Thompson/Gaia Media. ImageContinue reading “Photo of the Day: Filmmakers, Jason Florio and Andy Thompson, documentary-making in The Gambia, West Africa”

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Back in The Gambia – doors and storefronts of a small West African country

A quick update as we prepare to set off for a day of filming (more on that later) with Jason Florio. I’m looking forward to capturing more of the unique and quirky doors and storefronts of The Gambia, West Africa. Helen Jones-Florio #GambiaDoors See also #DisappearingMalta CURRENT LOCATION: OCTOBER 2020 – THE GAMBIA, WEST AFRICA Assignment queries, andContinue reading “Back in The Gambia – doors and storefronts of a small West African country”

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