#DisappearingNewYork – doors, and storefronts

‘Helen Jones-Florio, always ‘unhiding’ doors that would remain for most unseen , thank you for guiding the eyes and mind’- NYC-based photographer, Michel Delsol #DisappearingNewYork Door-hunting in and around our old neighbourhood, in New York City. Plus a smattering from a road-trip between Dallas and Austin, Texas – Helen Jones-Florio / Instagram Press: ‘How I’m seeingContinue reading “#DisappearingNewYork – doors, and storefronts”

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Fine Photographic Prints – new gallery, incoming…

I’ve been the Director of Print Sales, for Florio Photo for a number of years now; a project which I’ve thoroughly enjoyed. So, when I was approached by another photographer (whose work I admire very much indeed), a few weeks ago, to see if I would be interested in selling his work too, thus, the seedlingContinue reading “Fine Photographic Prints – new gallery, incoming…”

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Relics of the past: New York Central Railroad, 69th St Transfer Bridge, Hudson River Parkway, NYC

    Next week, Florio and I travel back to our home of New York City – albeit a fleeting sojourn. I’m still fascinated by the city of childhood movies… and, I ALWAYS look up. Helen Jones-Florio   Related: New York – in black & white New York City #1 New York City #2

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Photos Tell Stories – an anthology, Part 1 – photographs by Jason Florio

In November, 2013,  before we headed down to The Gambia, West Africa, to present our first ‘Photos Tell Stories‘ photography workshops, Jason was invited to exhibit his award winning portraits of village chiefs, ‘Silafando‘ – taken whilst on our ‘Short Walk in the Gambian Bush –930km African odyssey‘ – at the Athens Photo Festival (APhf:15), Greece,Continue reading “Photos Tell Stories – an anthology, Part 1 – photographs by Jason Florio”

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