Afghan Notes: Jason Florio, August 2000

Afghan Notes – Jason Florio, August 2000: The Taliban Ministry of Foreign Affairs told us on arrival to Kabul that we could take pictures of anything as long as it’s not a living being – all images of humans and animals had been outlawed by them. Later that day we headed into an area of Kabul, home to the Hazara ethnic group, who were particularly persecuted by the Taliban…

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The powerful trans-women of Guyana. Portraits ©Jason Florio

A stroll into the recent archive took me back to Guyana 2018 and the powerful trans-women of Guyana. These stills were taken during the shooting of the documentary ‘A Blossom Pink World’ I directed and shot along with @zanededlow – an assignment for Frontline Aids, NGO, about the struggles and successes of the trans community in the Guyanese capital Georgetown. Jason FlorioContinue reading “The powerful trans-women of Guyana. Portraits ©Jason Florio”

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Gender Equality – Secret Home School for Girls, Afghanistan ©Jason Florio

At the beginning of the 21st century, our world still didn’t get rid of the different evaluation between the genders. Our campaign’s purpose is to draw attention to this important issue of humanity and bring about the importance of change, with the collaboration of the world’s photo artists. We dedicate this work to UNICEF – Gender Equality 2019Continue reading “Gender Equality – Secret Home School for Girls, Afghanistan ©Jason Florio”

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Youtube: LensCulture interview photographer, Jason Florio about ‘Destination Europe’

“I really hope that these pictures will break down the barriers, and get people to see them as human beings… they are not a threat, they have the same hopes and aspirations as all of us… “Jason Florio  The European migrant crisis has receded from the public eye but continues to evolve. A veteran photojournalist, Jason Florio, offersContinue reading “Youtube: LensCulture interview photographer, Jason Florio about ‘Destination Europe’”

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