"...I feel that if I hadn't found WVS, I wouldn't have been able to rehabilitate my voice correctly after my surgery and would have ended up leaning on poor habits. I have been given a special opportunity to re-learn what I have learned and this time not rely on "muscling" my way through something... or over-compensating for not really being prepared. I feel fortunate that Patrick has found a system that can be measured and still be creative. In fact, the act of creation is truly what I've celebrated in my journey with WVS. I am taking ownership of my career and creating inspiring possibilities.
I have begun working as a Teaching Artist as well as continuing to perform. I am filming a short film in Oct. and have begun to manifest more opportunities that are within my control and my bliss... I've allowed myself to dare to dream and the universe seems to have accepted my challenge.
I've discovered a leadership quality about myself and that I have something to say in this world. I've learned that my skill set and talent as an actor have given my a keen insight into my experiences and in turn has allowed me delve deeply to find the truth in "the work".
Professionally, the WVMTF was fun and allowed me to be a part of many different experiences. I was able to let my work speak louder than me and was fortunate to work with some very talented people. The relationships I made there actually have helped me get a show. (The director of "Reefer Madness" is Dev from "Poly Want A Mortgage?)... sometimes it is "who you know" that matters most."