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Announcing Producer – Kimberlee Bassford

Welcome to the Headhunt Revisited Team, Kimberlee Bassford We are pleased to announce the association of Kimberlee Bassford as Producer for the documentary film now in post-production. Kimberlee Bassford is an independent documentary filmmaker born and raised in Hawai‘i with a passion for social…

Christmas on the Fly River, Papua New Guinea

In 1929, Caroline and Margaret were determined to celebrate the holiday in this remote part of Papua New Guinea.  A “make do” tree was a “palmetto that had been turned upside-down which gave the branches the proper tannenbaum swoop”.  A roll of toilet paper…

Composer Announcement: Icarus Music

I met Eddie at Icarus Music during the incredible Blue Ocean Film Festival in Monterey, CA over a year ago.  He has contributed his talent for composing music in significant films over the years on marine conservation – and many other memorable topics.  It wasn’t until…

Script Writer Announcement: Elle Russ

Adding to our growing team members for Headhunt Revisited is script writer for the documentary film, Elle Russ.   I met Elle many years ago at a conference and was impressed by her energy – physical and mental.  When we sat down, I told her…

Writer Announcement: Deborah Kirk

I couldn’t be more pleased to announce that a good friend of mine, Deborah Kirk, will be writing Headhunt Revisited – the book. Deborah and I have collaborated on many travel stories, including pieces about Fiji, Papua New Guinea, the Caribbean, and Mexico.  I…

Connecting Caroline with Contemporary Artist Jeffry Feeger

I had the pleasure of seeing Jeffry Feeger, a contemporary artist from Papua New Guinea, perform live at Feather in New York this July.  It also gave me the opportunity to interview him about the collaboration of Headhunt Revisited and his work in Art…

Announcing “One World-Two Visions” Collaboration

From Great Depression to Great Recession Caroline Mytinger, an adventurous artist who traveled to Melanesia to paint the portraits of the indigenous culture of the 1920’s. Caroline returned to the U.S. in 1930 to have her first exhibition in New York of 25 stunning…