Lucy P Dickinson: Musepoetographer


Lucy P. Dickinson has been active in the field of multi-genre creativity for thirty years.  She is the founder of Sing From the Heart Voice Coaching and a pioneer in the genre of Musepoetography.  She is a published poet, photographer and writer and has been a singer/songwriter since the age of 16.  Her creative background includes children’s musical director, comedy improv featured performer, performance artist, steel drum band member, fog machine operator, church soloist/music/choir director and camp counselor. She loves assisting people in finding peace, joy and happiness through their natural authentic creative expression.  Before the pandemic, Lucy divided her time between the Pacific Northwest, Eastern Washington and Southern California.  Currently, she resides in a magical dwelling overlooking Eagle Harbor Bay in Bainbridge Island, WA. 

Performer Bio:

“Multi-genre creative artist Lucy P. Dickinson shares her unusual gift of seeing and sharing the hidden beauty in life that others often miss—through uplifting original songs in the folk/singer-songwriter genre, healing and humorous narrative poems, and projections of  luminous portrait, nature and landscape photography.  The connecting element in her work is an energy of healing light and sound that connects listeners and viewers to a deeper level of multi-dimensional awareness.  Themes of love, spiritual awakening, healing, recovery, humor, and seeing what is commonly unseen travel across her lyrics, poetry and visual imagery.  Nature is a central theme in her work—both the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest and North American West Coast which she photographs extensively, as well as the essential nature of human beings, caught in moments full of joy, vulnerability, creativity and authentic expression.  Her singing voice resonates with a sonorous, rich, comforting, clear and healing tone.  Lucy’s performances evoke a field of creative resonance that empowers audiences to connect with their own creativity, healing awareness and authentic empowerment.”