Meet the Press; Awards; Exhibitions

April 2013

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YOUTUBE: Jason Florio talks about his current NY exhibition ‘Silafando’ at Rush Arts/Corridor Gallery – March 23rd 2013 – click here to view interview

March 2013

Rush Arts flier

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click here or on the image view the article

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National Geographic Weekend radio – Boyd Matson interviews Jason Florio and Helen Jones-Florio

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Click here or on image to read article

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Click here or above image to view gallery. Images © Jason Florio

February 2013

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Podcast: Jason Florio on the One Hour Photo Show – click here or on above image to listen to the podcast

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One Hour Photo Show – Wed 20th Feb – 1pm EST

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December 2012/January 2013

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Trunk Magazine – “There and Back Again’ Images © Jason Florio

“There and Back Again” is Trunk’s longest layout yet. 18 pages of breathtaking portraits of chieftains (or alkalos) from the numerous Gambian villages that photographer Jason Florio visited on his circumnavigation (by foot!) of the country. We would’ve run the article even longer, but needed to fit all of our must-read stories into the issue…’David Ciconni – Creative Director and Founder – TRUNK

November/December 2012

‘Gambia’ – Trunk Magazine

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‘Down the Gambia’

By Will Grant for DPxGear.com blog

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A PR company, Chard International, representing the Australian National Opera, contacted us a few months back to ask if they could use one of Florio’s Makasutu portraits – from a series he had taken over a 12 year period when in The Gambia – to advertise the opera ‘Otello’. They ended up choosing the portrait of  the ‘Oyster Man’

October 2012

Please click on image to read interview with Jason Florio

September 2012

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Chatterbox Blog – Louisa Jane Curtis

International Photography Awards 2012 ‘Honorable Mention’ : Jason Florio – ‘Tarahumara Indians of Mexico’

International Photography Awards (IPA’s) 2012: We were very happy to hear the news that photographer and expedition co-leader, Jason Florio, had received and honorable mention, in the ‘Culture Category’, for his beautiful portraits of the Tarahumara Indians of Mexico (taken whilst on assignment for Newsweek early this year). In the 2010 IPA’s, Florio won the ‘People-Fine Art Category’ for his portraits of Gambian village chiefs and elders, which he took whilst on our 2009 expedition: ‘A Short Walk in the Gambian Bush – a 930km African odyssey’

IPA’s 2010: Jason Florio – First Place ‘People/Fine Art’ Category

IPA 2010 First Place – People/Fine Art Category: Image © Jason Florio 2009. Chief Landing Jammeh – one of the award-winning fine art photography prints – available in ‘An Exchange’ (donations of $100 +) to our donors from the 2009 expedition.

August 2012

Let’s Be Wild  – An Adventure Travel Magazine
The ultimate destination for travelers, adventurers, and those suffering from severe cases of wanderlust and adrenaline deficiency.

August 25, 2012 | pozzible
// RIVER GAMBIA EXPEDITION //

Tourist Vs Traveller – Fiona Cullinan

‘Invest in an Expedition, Art and Travel Journalism’‘I met Jason Florio (‘Flo’) on a trip to The Gambia in 2007, while covering an eco tourism story for the Independent on Sunday…’ Read Fiona Cullinan’s article here

The Gambia Blog: please click on the image below to view the article

Stellazine – please click on the image to read the full article

July 2012:

The Gambia Blogsharing over 25 years of experience in The Gambia’ – Matt Smith’s interview with us, about the ‘River Gambia Expedition 2012 – 1000km source to sea African odyssey’

Travel Africa Magazine – Summer Edition 2012 – 9 pages of Jason Florio’s award-winning portraits of Gambian village chiefs and elders. Taken whilst on ‘A Short Walk in the Gambian Bush – a 930km African odyssey’ in West Africa.

Travel Africa Magazine – Award-winning portraits of Gambian village chiefs and elders © Jason Florio

Travel Africa Magazine – Award-winning portraits of Gambian village chiefs and elders © Jason Florio

We’re excited to be guest bloggers on Africa Geographic Safari Interactive Magazine:

Africa Geographic Safari Interactive Magazine

Africa Geographic Safari Interactive Magazine


Jason Florio photographs Abdou with rescued crocodile – The Gambia, West Africa

Abdou with rescued croc © Jason Florio

‘Abdou with rescued crocodile’ – The Gambia, West Africa © Jason Florio

Outside Magazine’s Adventure Lab-Expedition Watch – Interview with Joe Spring: The River Gambia, From Source to Sea – July 2012

Outside Magazine - Adventure Lab

Outside Magazine’s – Adventure Lab
Expedition Watch: The River Gambia, From Source to Sea – July 2012

June 2012:

Px3 (Prix de la Photographie, Paris) 2012 – Silver Medal: Portraiture – Jason Florio – ‘Silafando’ chiefs and elders, The Gambia, West Africa

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Px3 Awards 2012 - Jason Florio 'Portraiture/Culture'

Px3 (Prix de la Photographie, Paris) 2012 – Silver Medal: Portraiture – Jason Florio – ‘Silafando’ chiefs and elders, The Gambia, West Africa

Black & White Spider Awards 2012 – Jason Florio – USA
3rd Place – Honor of Distinction “Abdou with rescued crocodile”

Black & White Spider Awards 2012

Black & White Spider Awards 2012 – Jason Florio – USA
3rd Place – Honor of Distinction “Abdou with rescued crocodile” – From the ‘Makasutu – mecca in the forest‘ series of portraits

Press, Exhibitions, Awards. Presentations from the 2009 Expedition: ‘A Short Walk in the Gambian Bush – a 930km African odyssey’

6 Responses to Meet the Press; Awards; Exhibitions

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