In a world where the focus lies on the external, I feel a strong need to make visible what’s inside of people. That’s where the real stuff is. That’s where the fun begins. And that is my mission: to help people open up, come out and dare to be seen as they really are and pursue their purpose. (With all the crinkles and glitter.)
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And that is my mission: to help people open up,
come out and dare to be seen as they really are and pursue their purpose.
(With all the crinkles and glitter.)
A little about me
As a child and as an adult, I’ve played and worked with a wide range of materials and media: from writing to clay; from photography to the heart; from collage to video and the human spirit. For a while, I studied the English language and literature, and developmental psychology at the University of Amsterdam. Yet I left both paths behind just in time to enter the Rietveld Art Academy and come home. After a meandering career in TV, editing and communication, I started creating my own jobs and have been self-employed since 2004. In recent years, my artistic urges have merged with my love for human connection and personal growth. I started combining photography, creativity and a spirit of playfulness with personal development. I see change as a creative process, so I take a creative approach to personal change as well, with a pinch of mindful awareness. Always in a light and playful manner and usually allowing for deeper layers to be touched, awakened and cared for.
I am not a therapist or a coach, but I do occasionally work closely with therapists and coaches. I also enjoy working with artists, designers, thinkers, feelers, children, seniors, musicians and web-technicians.
In recent years, my artistic urges have merged with my love for human connection and personal growth.
What’s with the crinkles and glitter?
I believe strongly that it is important to make space for both in our lives. To face our foibles, our rough edges, our pain, our fears and beliefs, our darker sides. To meet them head-on, instead of going around them. And to embrace our glitter, our lighter side and the parts of ourselves that shine. It is all there to be seen and shown.
To face our foibles (…) and to embrace our glitter
I hope you’ll join me here! – Lucy Lambriex