I Didn’t Want to Hide Anymore

Posted by on Jun 8, 2017 in Viewer Words, Words

‘… when you asked me why I wanted to meet you I said I didn’t want to hide anymore.’

Line from an email received not so very long ago …

A Few Words of Warning

A viewer who had been participant in both possibilities within the Soul Biographies Experience (a witness from the audience and the witnessed in front of the camera) wrote to me with these few words of WARNING …

I Simply Must

Posted by on Sep 15, 2016 in Events, Soul Biographies Method, Viewer Words

I received these few words on an enquiry form, regarding one of the Soul Biographies Programs.

Yes, please.
I simply must attend.
For my soul.
For my work.
For my life.
For my service to others.

The 2017 Program will be out soon. Much expanded.

The Artist Who Works with Nothing

Posted by on Jul 30, 2016 in Poetry, Soul Biographies Method, Viewer Words, Words

A someone who recently sat in front of the Soul Biographies Camera woke up a few days ago with these unexpected few words in her imagination. She had no idea where they had come from. Or why, but thought that they pointed to something of importance with respect to this somewhat mysterious work […cont]

He Wandered the Woods, Dirty and Ragged

Posted by on Nov 20, 2015 in Viewer Words, Words

I received these words from a viewer who had just seen Mark’s Film.

I had a neighbor and friend, named Andy, who used to find his way into my house, sit in the rocking chair in my bedroom, and wait for me to come home. I would find bouquets of weeds on the hood of my car. He would be watching me for days, standing so still I wouldn’t know he was there …

A Note From Hal

Posted by on Feb 4, 2015 in Viewer Words

A viewer of six years, now perhaps an ex-viewer,
name of Hal added this note to an
unsubscribe request :

‘I wish you all the best Nic.
You’ve been good company.
But I need to walk alone.’

It struck me as important …

I Usually Weep

Posted by on Aug 26, 2014 in Viewer Words, Words

Viewer comment … ‘Bahahahahaha laughed out loud at this one, whereas I usually weep during your movies.’