When I went to filmschool I wanted to tell the truth, by pointing my camera at it. Soon I learned there is no one ‘truth’, only perspective. What do you point the camera at? What do you show? And what do you NOT show? Which perspective do you choose?

Perspective is everything. I want to help you to look at your problems, situation, yourself from a different perspective. What do you focus on? What choices do you make? And why? This can be eye opening! It can even lead to a whole new story.

Come see me! Young, old, live or online. And even sometimes on location.


Hello my name is Simone de Vries.

Would you like to… be coached by an award winning filmmaker?

Learn how to be an empathic yet powerful teamleader?

Make decisions all day long without going crazy?

Tap into your creativity more?

Let my 23 years of experience working all over the world, under all kinds of circumstances and with all kinds of people, be of service to you.

Are you able to define your values and beliefs? Can you makes decisions based on what you truly believe? Without worrying what other people might think? Can you stand up for yourself?

Do you have difficulties at work / with a colleague?

Do you have desires you are afraid to speak out?

Are you overwhelmed by life’s choices?

Are you afraid of change?

I can help you untangle and analyze these feelings and to make clear choices.

Come see me.


“I found out so much about myself. It was emotional, scary, annoying, difficult. But a good kickstart for change. I feel I have skills to try and deal with certain things. Work in progress!” (B. Journalist, NL)

“The exercises were amazing. Very insightful. It totally made me reevaluate my approach to a difficult an emotional situation in my life. I feel I have made a difference in myself.” (G. Lawyer, Argentina)

“Simone is very precise and has clear communications skills. Focused, and has a lot of integrity. We acted out some practical situations and my attitude (and fears) in those, and that really worked.” (M. Artist, NL)

“We could achieve the goal that I wanted to get to: find my path. I could organize and clear out my concerns that were blocking my possibilities to start the new road. We called that obstacle ‘x’, an evil and angry voice inside my head. For the time being, he lives together with my other voices and he is out of the way.” (C. Sound engineer, Germany)