Considering I’m a nerd for doing interviews, I rarely am faced with the opportunity to be the interviewee. However, The Questionnaire recently reached out to do a Q&A with me, and I’m pretty pumped with the results. They profile notables within arts and entertainment, so I’m honored to be featured among the likes of Veronica Belmont, Amanda Congdon and The Guild’s Sandip Parikh.
While reading through the questions, it really reminded me of those Proust Questionnaires featured on the last page of every issue of Vanity Fair. They’re painfully fascinating and for such a concise limit of words offer an explosion of insight about an individual.
Here’s a snippet:
What turns you on creatively?
Strangely enough, showers are where I get the most of my ideas. I guess there’s some sort of clarity when you’re “washing away” everything else under a hot jet of water.
Brainstorming sessions get me buzzing and being around people who are passionate about what they’re doing really gets my creative juices flowing. That kind of energy is infectious and it always makes me think of ways I could connect them and help them reach their goals with my skill sets and vice versa. I love to collaborate.
If you were a mind-reader whose mind would you like to read?
Lady Gaga. That woman is one of the most intriguing public figures I’ve ever come across and I’d love to know if she’s really that abstract or she knows it’s a fantastically edgy angle to put out there for marketing purposes.
If you could travel in time, which era would you visit?
Ancient Greece in a time where Gods walked among men, being a philosopher was a real job, and everyday was a toga party.
What is your favorite sound?
The ocean. Or a huge, booming belly laugh from the people I adore.
Pretty cool, right? Check out the rest of the interview here!