the enlivenment story
I started enlivenment because I was meeting so many young artists going through what I went through in my early twenties; the confusion, self-judgement, comparison, doubts, fears.
I really get it. I've been there. We're human.
These days I try to focus on the process; on experiencing the waves and letting them go, on learning and growing and being as true to myself as I can be, while staying awake for the ride. Some days that is easier than others. It's an every day practice. The uncertainty never goes away but we can work with tools and frameworks for supporting and carrying ourselves through.
I run enlivenment as a space for artists to explore, risk, fail, try things, try again, work it out, rehearse, play, take off the armour, be vulnerable, be brave, show up and be in process on camera without the pressure to book the gig, impress anyone or get it right the first time. My biggest discoveries have always been when I've taken big risks and really shared the truest parts of myself and it's my hope that Enlivenment will be a space for you to do the same.