Experimental, surreal, thoughtful yet intuitive. How would you describe your creative, working process? Fast! I try to go from vision to creation as quickly as possible. I am a fast-paced person though usually my attention is on many things at once. Like right now I am self-publishing a photography book, working on an exhibition of sculpture in London, starting to weld a new one, curating an exhibition of international female photographers, wrapping up a collaboration and answering interviews. I like to be busy being creative and learning new things about the world and the people in them. Tell us about the recent sculpture exhibition? My most recent sculpture was shown at the inaugural launch of The Tappan Collective with other NYC, LA, and London based artists. It was sold to a lovely woman and will be installed in a gothic cathedral in London soon. What was your last dream about? I’m writing this in the middle of the night so I will get back to you in the morning. Have you ever had a reading by a psychic? Oh Yes! My current boyfriend was predicted to come and totally change my life at the exact time he came around again. He described what he looked like, his life circumstance and the immense love between us that would be carried over from lifetimes ago. She said I was a priestess and he was my servant but we could not be together because of class differences. Favorite line from a song? “I want to die without no fear, I want to die rejoicing.” Prayer of Death, by Entrance. You are a New York City cab driver eavesdropping on a backseat conversation, between who? Bob Dylan and John Lennon; “Give the anarchist a cigarette.” You serve breakfast for three guests at your home, who are the guests and what do you serve them? Dali would eat Yoko Ono’s ‘Grapefruit,’ Meret Oppenheim would eat Dali’s ‘Aphrodisiac Telephone’ and Yoko would eat Meret’s ‘Breakfast In Fur’. You and ten of your friends are given a private concert, who is playing? Robert Johnson, Nina Simone and Tsegue Maryam Guebrou (an Ethiopian nun living in Israel playing divine piano), Marika Papagika (a Greek singer from the 20s), Jelly Roll Morton (some say the inventor of Jazz), Jimi Hendrix. This is more like a festival than a concert! Favorite place in the world? The island of Sardegna, Italy. I visited last summer with my friends for a secretive music festival. We explored Nuargue ruins, ancient crystal caves that were once water temples, visited very old trees, and swam in the sea. It is infused with ancient magic. Digital or analog? Shoot analog, scan digital. Favorite place to watch a sunset? Kauai. Classic car or motorbike? My favorite car ever is a 1961 Jaguar E-Type. I love classic Porche Speedsters from 1957. Favorite movie? I have a lot but I think The Holy Mountain by Jodorowsky will always be one I can watch over and over because of the incredible symbolism and complex message. First thing you do in the morning? Make a latte for Guy and I, jot down ideas, answer emails, then Kundalini yoga.