With Covid-19 I’m in constant PTSD and stressing over the fear of Nicholas catching this virus. With his chronic lung disease, from living on ventilators the first 5 months of his life, he is so high-risk that we have had to install serious safety protocols for him. I worry that the deep fissure in our… Read More @NicoleConn: What is your biggest concern with the future?
The birth of both of my children, but especially my son, Nicholas, who was born 100 days early at 1 pound. Living in and out of hospitals the first 5 years of his life, made me really appreciate the beauty in the small things. Nicholas’s birth and subsequent medical challenges took me out of the… Read More @NicoleConn: What’s a defining moment in your life?
I attended a film festival and saw a movie that so moved me, I decided I wanted to do that for other people…Make them feel. I had no idea what I was doing. I had never gone to film school, so I taught myself everything from the ground up. “More Beautiful For Having Been Broken”… Read More @NicoleConn: Why did you decide to get into this industry?
I don’t carry a megaphone. You’re more likely to hear about Narrative Muse than me. You can find us at http://www.narrativemuse.co, Insta: @narrative.muse, Twitter: @NarrativeMuse, Facebook: @NarrativeMuse. Next up, we’re helping everyone who’s creating books, movies (and soon TV) by and about women and non-binary people find their audiences. And we’re helping audiences find books… Read More @narrative.muse: What are you working on next? In addition, if people want to find out more about you, where can they find you on social media?
What is the one thing we need more than anything else? People. I’m a people collector. Imagine how grey and purposeless life would be if we lived on a planet of one. I don’t actually want to imagine it! If you’re not sure how to collect people, start by becoming an incredible listener. If you… Read More @narrative.muse: What, if anything, do you collect?
Advice is an impossible thing. Listen to that voice in your head that tells you what’s what. It knows what you need more than anyone can ever tell you. You know what you need to do next. You know where the next foothold is. All you need to know is that you can do it.… Read More @narrative.muse: What advice do you have for other women in the industry?
Does anyone ever think they’ve succeeded? I’m proud to get up, put some clothes on and put one foot in front of the other. Life’s successes come from just that. Often, they’re little moments. And I wish I could say that I see those moments but I usually need my co-founder of Narrative Muse, Teresa… Read More @narrative.muse: What is a successful moment in your career so far?
My biggest concern is that every rule that I understood about the world is broken. What and who are we anyway? I only figured out yesterday that this life is just one giant battle with ourselves. And that kind of thought only comes from living in isolation for 6 weeks. I have mixed feelings about… Read More @narrative.muse: What is your biggest concern with the future?
1) Why did you decide to get into this industry? What happens when you don’t let a kid watch TV? They work in the film and television industry. I don’t think we consciously make a lot of decisions in our lives. I knew nothing about movies and TV when I applied to film school. I… Read More @narrative.muse
1) Why did you decide to get into this industry? I have always enjoyed telling stories, and I began my career in journalism, writing stories about real people and real issues. After ten years as a reporter, I was looking for a new challenge and at that time TV documentary / factual series were starting… Read More @jadefevertv