Alison M. Jones Photography: Newsletters & Essays
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“Following Rivers” Exhibit
Lecture on African Women – As Guest Speaker, Alison will share her portraits and observations during the 55th session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women
Photographing Suffering – With Dignity, an essay on the art of renowned documentary photographer Sebastiao Salgado
From Nature to Journalistic Photography – To catch the essence of a destination, one must at times change lenses and styles.
March 8 is International Women’s Day 2012 – News about the Global Peace Initiative of Women and developments benefiting women in Kenya and the Maasai Mara.
Global Peace Initiative of Women – Notes from the meeting at UNEP World Headquarters in Nairobi, March 2, 2012
Photographing Women – An essay Alison wrote for a “Women’s World” exhibit in Stamford CT and Far Hills NJ.
Save Lions – Support African People and Wildlife Fund (APW)
Earth Day, 2008 – Proceeds from sales of photos will go to No Water No Life, a nonprofit project raising awareness of freshwater availability, usage and quality.
No Water, No Life (1/07) – Africa’s lakes and rivers do not provide enough clean water today to quench its thirst.
Roaming the US Southwest (3/09)
Koiyaki Wilderness Guiding School (6/06) – In 2004, friends in Kenya outlined their vision to train Maasai as wilderness guides, simultaneously creating local income opportunities and conservation awareness.
Croatia, “Where all Dogs Wag their Tails Now” (8/05) – Alison’s travel photo essay
On the Dalmatian Coast (8/05) – Alison’s travel photo essay
Patagonia (7/03) – Alison’s travel photo essay
Argentina (1/03) – Alison’s travel photo essay
East Africa (9/03) – News of the Mara Conservancy, volcanoes of Mt. Kilimanjaro, Mt. Longenot, Lake Turkana and the Chalbi Desert
Climbing Kilimanjaro (8/03) – Alison’s account of climbing to the top to raise funds for the Mara Conservancy
Southern African Odyssey (5/03) – The Bazaruto Archipelago of Mozambique, the Okavango Delta in Botswana, and Namibia’s Skeleton Coast and Sossusvlei Dunes