Jack and Dorothy Fields invested nearly 40 years documenting the enchantment of the world, especially Oceania. As experienced freelancers – she a writer, he a photographer – they became experts on the South Pacific. The Fields shared a passion for cultural documentation during a pivotal time of change throughout the region following World War II.
This video is part of a larger exhibit featuring Jack's images, Dorothy's writings, and cultural artifacts they collected during their travels. The exhibit is running from March 14th to May 3rd, 2013 at the McDougall Center for Photojournalism Gallery, located on the ground floor of Lee Hills Hall at the corner of 7th & Elm Streets, in Columbia, Missouri.