An internationally recognized underwater and conservation photographer, Michele Westmorland is a much sought-after speaker who has lectured all over the world. While her topics are usually about marine and cultural life, she prefers to share the story of an American portrait painter named Caroline Mytinger. In the 1920s Caroline, then in her 20s, and a female friend set out from San Francisco on a four-year journey to the South Pacific to “record some of these people before they vanished forever.” More than 80 years later Michele and her team embarked on a two-month expedition to retrace the duo’s steps. What she has to share is riveting.
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