Sep 12, 2019
Jennifer welcomes writer, dance artist, filmmaker, entrepreneur, and mother, Lilly Bright. Lilly’s journey through life has been one filled with chance encounters, unexpected experiences and constant change. Originally from West Virginia, Lilly moved to Chicago to study at Northwestern University. Shortly thereafter, she moved to New York, spent time in cooking school in the Berkshires of Massachusetts and moved to Los Angeles. It was there that she started her career in film production, met her husband Evan and started a family. Her film career includes the production and distribution of award-winning films and documentaries under the banners Curiosity Bright Entertainment and Arthouse Films. She regularly teaches the Feldenkrais Method and (soon) Gaga Dance, the movement language of Ohad Naharin.
In this episode, Lilly talks about her journey to find herself, from moving to New York City to spending time taking cooking classes in the Berkshires to starting her own award-winning production company in Los Angeles. Jennifer and Lilly share their own experiences with postpartum depression and raising children. Lilly speaks to the inspiration to start her own solo show, American Standard: A Story of Enough. This original solo show is based on the story of Lilly’s life, chronicling her nearly two-decade battle with bulimia and various “not-enough” demons that propelled her to find the courage to finally feel enough. Finally, Lilly opens up about the reality that some of the greatest things in her life happened by chance.
Full show notes: https://milfpodcast.com/64
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