Morgan Fisher spent many successful and raucous years playing in major rock bands. He gave it up. And then one day on an express train from Osaka to Kyoto he was hit by the awareness of something so simple. So simple yet so profound that it’s quite possible that he might have missed it altogether.
A unique experience for your conference or meeting. The visceral and direct experience of the human soul, profound connection and conscious insight. Based on a method developed from two decades of filming the interior world.
See these few minutes as an invitation to stop in your tracks and let life itself find you. The experience of ten years old, and being rediscovered by something forgotten. I wonder what it is that life wants for you.
Over the years, each subject who sits in front of the camera starts the same way. From stillness. It is the way to have what is spoken, spoken from a different origin point. A profound and universal place, useful to the evolution of Us. These are regular pieces from a series made from these beginning moments before any word has been spoken.
‘My greatest fear was that no one would see me. My greatest fear is you’ll see me. Be still, be quiet it will be okay. You’re so much more than you allow yourself to think you are. So much more. And I keep showing you, you don’t hear me. That’s what that voice says.’ A few minutes defining perhaps one of the greatest of all paradoxes that lives unadmitted and deep inside most people.
Start with Nothing. No-thing. No act on your part. For this moment in time set down your requirements. Let the experience of each film subject find you, not you them. Like the experience of music. Witnessing is not an act on your part. Let it. Simply let it.
When we come to see each other beyond judgment and without condition we are known. When we are known, we become aware that we belong to each other. And when we become aware that we belong to each other we are compelled to act accordingly, and this world changes for the better. These are essential notes on how best to experience these film portraits.