The Gambia – Photographer/filmmaker, Jason Florio, making #Portraits4PositiveChange

  ‘Gambia – Victims, and Resisters of a Regime’ #portraits4positivechange On location, in The Gambia: Yesterday Jason Florio photographed Yusepha, who was shot in the back by the Yahya Jammeh regime’s security forces, during a peaceful student protest in April 2000. He is paralyzed from the neck down. He was just 18 years old. The April 2000 GambianContinue reading “The Gambia – Photographer/filmmaker, Jason Florio, making #Portraits4PositiveChange”

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Multimedia: ‘I am Amigoe Dieudonné – The Artist Painter’ continues his odyssey

  Update: April 26th, 2017: Amigoe needs a little help, to enable him to exhibit his work in Belgium   A short video portrait shot in The Gambia, of Togolese painter Amigoe Dieudonné, who has traveled for over thirteen years around West Africa in his wheelchair, stopping along the way to create extensive bodies of work,Continue reading “Multimedia: ‘I am Amigoe Dieudonné – The Artist Painter’ continues his odyssey”

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Multimedia: I am Amigoe Dieudonné – The Artist Painter

  We recently had the pleasure of working with the very talented Togolese artist, Amigoe Duiedonné. He had asked us to make a short multimedia bio for the opening of his current exhibition at Alliance Française, here in The Gambia, West Africa; which, coincidentally, is the same venue we exhibited ‘Photos Tell Stories – ImagesContinue reading “Multimedia: I am Amigoe Dieudonné – The Artist Painter”

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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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