Q&A with Jason Florio - in conversation with a humanitarian storyteller
Q&A with Jason Florio - in conversation with a humanitarian storyteller. Jason Florio is a humanitarian photographer and storyteller. His work focuses on under-reported stories about people living on the margins of society and in places of conflict – and he has done several photography projects for United Purpose. Here, he talks to us about his inspiring career journey to date.
Q&A, Jason Florio, photographer, United Purpose NGO, humanitarian, storyteller, documentary, photojournalism, West Africa, Senegal, Casamance, conflict resolution, portraits, people, village banking,
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Q&A with Jason Florio – ‘A photographer’s take: in conversation with a humanitarian storyteller’

Q&A with Jason Florio, Jason Florio, the photographer stands by a river in The Gambia, West Africa - image credit: Lamin Ndong

Q&A with Jason Florio – ‘A photographer’s take: in conversation with a humanitarian storyteller’

 

Q&A with Jason Florio

Check out Helen Jones-Florio gallery’s very own Jason Florio, in an interview with NGO, United Purpose. Jason has a long history of working with NGO’s, particularly UP (formally, Concern Universal). Florio talks with them about this work, other photography assignments, and what drives his passion for photography…

“The power of photography can never be underestimated. An image’s ability to deeply affect people, and inspire them to take action for positive change, are some of the many driving factors that help keep me going… ” Read more: Jason Florio / United Purpose

 

Q&A with Jason Florio - Women making charcoal, Casamance, Senegal ©Jason Florio for United Purpose

Women making charcoal, Casamance, Senegal ©Jason Florio for United Purpose

 

Q&A with Jason Florio

 

“I believe that a photographer’s style, and the subjects they choose to work on, are subconsciously a reflection of who they are. Storytelling as a photographer is first and foremost about listening. I like to think I have become a better listener over time, and therefore better at translating a story into images…” Read the whole interview here:  Jason Florio / United Purpose

Follow Jason’s work on Instagram @jasonflorio

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We’re immensely honoured to have Jason Florio as part of the gallery’s select collective of outstanding photographers. View Florio’s fine art galleries. His stunning ‘Makasutu black and white portraits – an award-winning collection. And, ‘World at a Glance’ – photography prints from his extensive world travels.

Makasutu - Jason Florio. PAINTED FACE (COMING OF AGE), The Gambia, West Africa. Black and white portrait print

‘Makasutu’ Black and white portraits ‘Painted Face‘ © Jason Florio – buy photography prints

 

I have been delighted to work with the Helen Jones-Florio Gallery. The seamless, personable and efficient ordering experience, along with the soulful, moving beauty of the images that are available to choose from, truly makes it a pleasure – leaving a lasting and memorable impression of something special.” Janna Leblanc, Florida, USA

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'Sky Over Texas' ©Jason Florio. Color- framed photography prints -aerial shot of Texas, seen through clouds, from a plane

Sky Over Texas’  Colour  ©Jason Florio – buy photography prints

 

Follow the gallery on Instagram – @florio_gallery – for daily photography prints goodness for all seven of our photographers

 

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