Walking boots and Birkenstocks – heading back to The Gambia, West Africa

  Jason and I are preparing to head back down to The Gambia next week. After a sojourn in the UK (and a flying visit back home to NYC), our first assignment back on West African soil, for a feature article, is to walk the 80km coastline of The Gambia. So, it’s time to lace upContinue reading “Walking boots and Birkenstocks – heading back to The Gambia, West Africa”

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Slideshow: behind the scenes of the River Gambia Expedition -1044km source to sea African odyssey

In early December, 2012 – mid-January, 2013, we followed the course of one of Africa’s last major free-flowing rivers – the River Gambia. Along the way, Jason documented the everyday life of those people who’s lives depend on the river.   From the source of the of the river – in the Fouta Djallon HighlandsContinue reading “Slideshow: behind the scenes of the River Gambia Expedition -1044km source to sea African odyssey”

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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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Photographing Gambian masquerades with Jason Florio… and an audience

Work in Progress. We can hardly wait to get back down to West Africa, to carry on working on our personal projects – one of which is a photographic anthology of the traditional masquerades of The Gambia, West Africa. As a photography producer,  my work takes place behind-the-scenes of assignments, ensuring that everything runs asContinue reading “Photographing Gambian masquerades with Jason Florio… and an audience”

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