Alison Jones is a Conservation photographer, No Water No Life® Director, speaker, author, workshop leader, travel consultant/guide. Conservation Founder of No Water No Life ®; founding supporter of Kenya’s Mara Conservancy; Author of “Proposed Management Plan for Nech Sar National Park” Photo Library Fine art / documentary images for commercial / editorial use: Africa: Angola, Botswana, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia Europe: Austria, Croatia, England, France, Italy, Madeira, Portugal Latin America: Argentina, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru The Caribbean: St. Croix and numerous other islands North America: Canada; US-New England, Mid-Atlantc, Midwest, South, Rockies, Southwest, PNW, California, Alaska.
No Water No Life combines the powers of photography, scientific research and stakeholder knowledge to raise awareness of the vital importance of freshwater resources, perils of watershed degradation and opportunities for sustainable resource management. A long-term and globally focused project, No Water No Life’s goals are to:
Client Since 1999
Gemelli Fine Antique Reproductions
539San Ysidro Rd.
Montecito, California 93108
Hours Mon thru Sat 11am - 4:30pm
New York, NY
Business Manager April 1999 - 2004
Researcher/Photographer NWNL Current
Gemelli (twins) recaptures the glories of the past with furniture made in the venerated tradition of the finest antique craftsmen from around the globe. The current collection includes over 50 unique English, Italian,American, French and Portuguese pieces made entirely by hand in exceptional detail by skilled furniture makers here in America. Covered in Luxe fabrics from the likes of Fortuny and other distinctive textiles of the client's choosing, everything is made with the exacting standards of earlier masters including the luxurious hand rubbed finish, offered only as found on the original.
Anne & Edward Carty, fraternal twins, are third generation Santa Barbara natives who have long been exposed to the rarefied estates in the lush California coastal community that has always been home to generations of some of America's greatest fortunes. With a mother who is the preeminent antique appraiser in the area, and an artist father, also a collector, the twins spent their early years in Florence Italy where they learned the language and were educated in the brilliance of that country's history in art, architecture and fine furniture. In 1989 Anne and Edward opened their antique shop and have offered the finest in local estate pieces, furniture and decorative arts ever since.