1. I'm a huge music geek, and I listen to mostly everything. My favorite genres are shoegaze, post-punk, folk, 90's alternative, new-wave, art rock, psychedelic rock, and 60's lounge. My favorite thing to do is to make playlists, so check out my current tracks below.

2. Cinephile: Find me on Letterboxd 

3. My Chihuahua (Mortimer) is my best friend, and he looks like a tiny bat. 

4. My favorite cameras are the Lomo LC-A, Vivitar Wide and Slim, Nikon N65 and Polaroids. I shoot film.

5. I'm a pescatarian.

6. Most things esoteric: Surrealism, Dada, occult, witchcraft, mysticism, alchemy, Hermeticism, magick, etc.

7. Retro-futurism: the atomic era, Mid-century Modern design, space age fashion, Bauhaus, 70's sci-fi art.

8. Giallo films, Halloween, the Victorian era, Gothic architecture, Pierrot clowns, silent film vamps, Weimar Berlin, and most things spooky. 

9. Mediterranean Jew: Sephardic/Romaniote

10. Drag queens, Harlem ballrooms, New Romantics, Blitz kids, and downtown club kids. 


11. Midway carnivals, kawaii, kewpie dolls, pop-surrealism, and kitsch.

12. I love poetry.

13. I'm inspired by avant-garde and innovative fashion/costume design. I am also big fan of Japanese street fashion.

14. Traditional high teas + pâtisseries are essentially the way to my heart.

15. Zines, radical media, artist books, printed matter, video art.

16. Constantly craving a balance between a big walking city with a long history + the mountains + coastal towns with mild weather

17. I am extremely passionate about social and economic equality, healing trauma, and climate change.

18. The East village/lower East side of New York City forever inspires me.




"Oscar Wilde said that if you know what you want to be, then you inevitably become it. That is your punishment. But if you never know, then you can be anything. There is a truth to that. We are not nouns, we are verbs. I am not a thing — an actor, a writer — I am a person who does things — I write, I act — and I never know what I am going to do next. I think you can be imprisoned if you think of yourself as a noun."

— Stephen Fry