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  • Personal Narrative Arc - making sense

    Access the power of your personal narrative through unconditional witnessing and video editing. Having the space and contact with another person to share with and make sense of the key narratives (for example as with journaling), is now established as one of the most significant cornerstones to health, clarity and vision. Film from any quiet location, a witnessing filming session with John, recorded on Zoom using ideally both a laptop and your smartphone. The filming can be done in person, with travels costs and time in addition. - A 3 - 5 min initial edit will be produced in web format 1080p, and kept on a password protected domain. - Longer edits* of up to 12 min can be made available with an editing costs starting at €750 (depending on length and features), providing a downloadable video in high definition 1080p. - All footage filmed in person or remotely remains the property of InteriorTruth *One-off edited version, directed by InteriorTruth. For iterative and bespoke editing extra charges may apply.​ Each filming package includes a pre-filming briefing call, debriefing call based around watching the edit when released.

  • Film and Painted Portrait - Tyler.World

    A profound personal exploration process, gift to a close friend/relative/colleague, or a legacy tribute. This offer brings together my art practice (sculpture and painting - www.Tyler.World), with my witnessing video practice. I feel an incredible privilege to be able to be able to combine both, and immerse myself in the energy, transmission and essence of my subjects in this integration of filming, editing and portrait painting. After the video witnessing/filming process of 1hr-1.5hrs, I typically spend 6 to 8hrs in editing time, to produce a 5min video piece. This gives me a fabulous opportunity to then move to the canvas to paint their portrait, and express all that I have heard, felt and experienced during the filming and editing. The price is based on a remote filming (over Zoom and Smartphone) - no preparation, and no pressure! (In person filming can be prices on request according to the travel logistics) The painted portrait will be either on a wood frame or flexible canvas (the standard for non-EU clients, for shipping purposes). DIMENSIONS, MATERIALS AND STYLE: Typically using acrylic paints, the portraits are painted on a scale of approximately 1m x 1m (40 x 40 inches). Requests for preferred canvas proportions are welcome. The styles of portraits are based on a very spontaneous process, in a quest for a post-modern style to portraiture. Key inspirations are artists such as John Wentz ( and the deconstructed portrait movement. The packaging and shipping of the painted portrait is included in the price. PROCESS AND TERMS: - A witnessing filming session with John, recorded on Zoom using both a laptop and your smartphone, from your home or any quiet location with good natural lighting. - A 5 min video edit will be produced in high definition 1080p (depending on your smartphone - 1080p is the average for recent smartphone front cameras / selfie mode cameras). ​The editing process refers to a one-off edited version, directed by InteriorTruth. For iterative and bespoke editing requests, extra charges may apply. - Publication - the film will be by default a private video. Inclusion on the InteriorTruth /Tyler websites only after approval. - Longer edits of up to 12 min and non-branded versions are at an additional cost starting at €750 (depending on length and features). Each filming package includes a pre-filming briefing call and a debriefing call  to watch the edit together in real-time when released.

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  • "It's like going to a place where suddenly you become god" 

    Fabuloous quote from the Lo-Fi podcast by John Wentz, interviewing Ricardo Santos ( "Why do I do art? It's the source of my happiness right now, it's my engine in life. It's like going to a place where suddenly you become god, you can change everything at your own will and everything is OK. You need nothing, just to be there." "For me creating art is about the fun and how I feel when I'm doing it. In the moment of putting the paint and how things build, when before there was nothing. That's a beautiful thing to experience as a creator. That's creation for me... whatever you can say about your art...for me it's about the moment of creation" Check out the fascinating art podcast from John Wentz: On Youtube or Apple, or on any podcast streaming platforms.

  • Dare to call this witnessing work as "sacred"

    How dare I step into the religious realm or domain to even entertain a notion that this type of witnessing process might be a sacred practice? Yet, here are a few thoughts emerging from the powerful resonance inside me when I heard a fellow filming practitioner use that word (see here for a Zoom edit of fellow filming practitioners relating their experience of the filming practice). Clearing away the practical stresses and efforts needed to get a film together, not to mention the technical elements of the filming equipment and configurations, plus the often long editing process...the golden thread of what we are doing here having a sacred label to it brings an incredible sense of clarity, reassure and confirmation. I'm using an image from Hilma af Klint, since this is the artists referred to by a recent filming subject who also referred to 'thank you for creating this sacred space [of silence / witnessing]". It is by coincidence the same image on the cover of one of the most important books in my life, Sex, Ecology and Spirituality by Ken Wilber. (Image rights labeled for non-commercial re-use: Photo: Albin Dahlström/Moderna Museet)

  • Chris Marker and the film Sans Soleil - a generational reference in film making

    With might be seen as an oblique connection to the witnessing filming process, but pointing to a direction I am embarking on to evolve my work, Marker is an essential inspiration, ushering in the style of the non-linear film essay. Marker (1921 - 2012) was a French writer, photographer, documentary film director, multimedia artist and film essayist. His best known films are La Jetée (1962), A Grin Without a Cat (1977) and Sans Soleil (1983) - meditation on the nature of human memory, showing the inability to recall the context and nuances of memory, and how, as a result, the perception of personal and global histories is affected. Friend and collaborator Alain Resnais called him "the prototype of the twenty-first-century man."

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    Portraits vidéo "témoinage" de John Oliver "Le silence est ma toile avec une écoute inconditionnelle " Le témoignage par vidéo dans le silence inconditionnel ouvre la porte à une conscience plus spontanée et plus profonde ...Un acess à une 'vérité intérieure et un tremplin pour notre évolution . Filming from a place of unconditional silent witnessing opens the door to a more spontaneous, deeper consciousness and interior 'truth', offering stepping stones for our evolving journeys . Access The Complete Video Library Here : “ What is most personal is most universal.” Carl R. Rogers Répondre à l'invitation de votre voix intérieur avec une session de filming à distance de 90-minute Séance vidéo personnelle avec John - filmée depuis n'importe quel endroit calme que vous pouvez trouver en utilisant votre ordinateur portable et / ou smartphone Réservations et prix ici John Oliver - Lire la vidéo Blog "It's like going to a place where suddenly you become god" 0 0 Vous n'aimez plus ce post Dare to call this witnessing work as "sacred" 0 0 Vous n'aimez plus ce post Chris Marker and the film Sans Soleil - a generational reference in film making 0 0 Vous n'aimez plus ce post Fun time tagging/signifying 45 min of silence 0 0 Vous n'aimez plus ce post Silence being my artistic frame... Working with symbols vs signs 0 0 Vous n'aimez plus ce post

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