Photo of the Day: women selling dried fish, Serrekunda Market, The Gambia, West Africa

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Walking along the beaches of #Ebolafree Gambia – come on down, the water’s fine!

  If you have been following the blog, then you’ll know that Jason and I recently completed a 80km walk along the coastline of The Gambia, West Africa – from the Senegalese border in the North, Jinack Island, to Senegalese border in the South, Kartong. It was featured in January’s B.Spirit Magazine/ Brussels Airlines –Continue reading “Walking along the beaches of #Ebolafree Gambia – come on down, the water’s fine!”

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New photo project: Masquerades, The (#ebolafree) Gambia, West Africa

  Now that we are back in The Gambia, we’ll be continuing with a photography project, based on the traditional masquerades of this region of West Africa. Despite the Gambia being a predominantly Muslim country, the animist fuelled masquerade ceremonies pre-date the arrival of Islam and are still tolerated and practiced around the country. Animism is anContinue reading “New photo project: Masquerades, The (#ebolafree) Gambia, West Africa”

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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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