Award-winning photographer, Jason Florio: Gallery of limited edition fine art photography prints (B/W & Color) – in exchange for donations to West Africa river expedition


‘Boys playing on boat’ Gambia River, Tendaba, The Gambia, West Africa . Image Jason Florio (B/W)

‘Indian Bride with Henna’ – Jodhpur, India. Image © Jason Florio (B/W)

‘Painted Face’ Gambian girl’s face decorated for ‘coming of age’ ceremony, The Gambia, West Africa. Image © Jason Florio

‘Angkor Wat 2’ – Cambodia. Image © Jason Florio (B/W)

‘Angkor Wat 1’ – Cambodia. Image © Jason Florio

‘Angkor Wat 3’ – Cambodia. Image © Jason Florio (Angkor Wat Images: 1,2,3 – available as a triptych)

More images from award-winning photographer Jason Florio – available from the Black & White Collection

‘Fuchsia Turban’ Ranakpur, India. Image © Jason Florio

‘Sky Over Texas’. Image © Jason Florio

‘On the playa’ Cuba. Image © Jason Florio

‘Sardhu Walking in the Holy City of Pushkar’ India. Image © Jason Florio

‘Pushkar – Sadhu’. Image © Jason Florio

‘Caravan, England’. Image © Jason Florio

More images from award-winning photographer – available from the Colour Collection

The Fundraising 2012 Black & White & Colour Gallery

‘River Gambia Expedition – 1000km source to sea African odyssey’

From Guinea-Senegal-The Republic of The Gambia, West Africa

1 River. 2 Borders. 3 Countries.

All of the above limited edition fine art prints, and more (please see website galleries), by Jason Florio are available in ‘An Exchange’: donations from $100/£65, and over, to the River Gambia Expedition will be eligible for a print of their choice. And, once the expedition is over, we will have another gallery of exclusive prints for you to choose from – from a series which Jason will take whilst on the journey – as in the example below of ‘Herouna with his white horse’  (from our 2009 ‘A Short Walk in the Gambian Bush expedition):

For full details, please visit the ‘An Exchange’ page. And, to see why we are doing this, please click here

(*Please note: only donations over $100/£65 will be eligible for the prints)
The more you donate, the bigger the print size will be – please see the following chart for donation amounts ans sizes:

Jason Florio’s Limited Edition, Signed, Prints – in exchange for donations of $100 / £65 +:

Donation Amounts:                                                                      Print Sizes

$100 USD/ £65 GBP  & over  – you will get a                        8″ x 10″                           (gallery price – retails @ $175 / £115)

$250 USD / £160 GBP & over – you will get a                       11″ x 14″

(gallery price – retails @ $500 / £325)

$600 USD / £400 GBP  & over you will get a                        16″ x 20″ 

(gallery price – retails @ $1,200/ £750)

$900 USD / £600 GBP & over you will get                            24″ x 36″

(gallery price – retails @ $1,500 / £970)

$1,500 USD / £970 GBP & over you will get                          30″ x 40″

(gallery – normal retail @ $2,500 / £1,700)


‘Herouna and his horse’ The Gambia, West Africa
From the award-winning series of portraits ‘Silafando’- Gambia Expedition 2009. Image © Jason Florio

You don’t have $100/£65 + to spare? That’s all good too…because every penny and cent will help us. OK, it won’t get you one of Jason’s prints but every single person who donates, even with $25 USD/£16 GBP, will have their name, and your company website (if you have one) linked,  added to the blogroll list of thanks  and all on our other social media sites (such as Twitter & FB).

PLUS, PLUS, PLUS each and every donor, regardless of whether its $25/£16 or $1500/£970, will get the following:

Your name, or company name/website, written (in BOLD) on a piece of card, wood, fabric, the canoe paddles, if it comes to it – basically, whatever raw materials we can find when we’re down in West Africa!

One of the expedition team will hold up the banner and a photograph will be taken – whether we are in the Fouta Djallon highlands or paddling through hippo-abundant waters Niokolo Koba National Park, Senegal, or standing on the historical Kunta Kinteh Island, in The Gambia – said photo will be posted onto the blog, twit-pic’d, Facebooked, Tumblr’d – the lot! (If you prefer not to be social media’ed, then that’s cool too – just let us know when you donate).

Something that looks like this: this could be your name/company name on this banner

Image © Helen Jones-Florio: Jason Florio – Karantaba, on the River Gambia, The Gambia – 2009

To donate to the River Gambia Expedition 2012 – 1000km source to sea African odyssey, please go to PayPal (or, if you already have a PayPal account, you can simply click on the PayPal icon right here, to go directly to their website)

1. Sign into your account Or sign up – if you aren’t registered for PayPal you need to register an email address and password – it takes 2 minutes. You will then receive an email from PayPal asking you to confirm your account

 2. Once logged in – from ‘my account’ page go to ’send money’ tab on the left of the top tool bar

3. Enter ‘who to’ – the expedition email address – : 700miles@floriophoto.com

4. Enter Amount: scroll down for relevant currency

5. Choose ‘personal’ tab then ‘gift’ then ‘continue’

6. Check amount and then press ’send money’ tab

And that’s it! It takes but a few minutes. All additional, or unused, funds raised over our target amount will be donated to our partner charity – please email helen.jones@floriophoto.com for more information on the charity we support.

Thanks a million to those who have very generously donated so far. We are one step further, towards getting those paddles in the River Gambia!

For any questions and queries please email Helen Jones-Florio: helen.jones@floriophoto.com

Feel free to sign up for the blog if you would like to receive updates on the expedition (see right hand column ‘Follow us…please’)

Welcome on board and we look forward to bringing you more expedition news again soon!

The Florio’s (Helen & Flo)

Expedition Co-Leaders

If you want a quick ‘whats-it-all-about and how-can-I-help?’ – watch expedition photographer and co-leader: Jason Florio, on Vimeo:

About River Gambia Expedition 2012

Jason Florio, FRGS: award-winning photojournalist. Helen Jones-Florio: expedition & photography producer. 2009: The couple co-led the West Africa expedition 'A Short Walk in the Gambian Bush - a 930km African odyssey' - the first circumnavigation of the small West African country, by foot, with two donkeys and a cart. Resulting in the award-winning series of portraits of Gambian village chiefs (Alkalo's) www.floriophoto.com (under 'Projects') http://930kmafricanodyssey.tumblr.com/ 2012-13: The couple co-led their second West Africa expedition - 'River Gambia Expedition - 1000km source-sea Africa odyssey' over-landing for 400km and canoeing the River Gambia for 720km https://rivergambiaexpedition2012.wordpress.com
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