Q: What are you reading now?
A: The Cave, Jose Saramago; The Creative Habit, Twyla Tharp; When Things Fall Apart, Pema Chodron.
Q: What do you like about the Indianapolis arts scene?
A: The amount of growth and variety is really hopeful.
Q: What don’t you like?
A: I would like to see the Indianapolis audience more supportive of creative risk-taking.
Q: What inspires you?
A: I am inspired anytime I see someone finding joy and meaning in their day to day life.
Q: Drug of choice? A: Latte grande, very hot.
Q: Who is you favorite politician?
A: This may seem safe and predictable, however I really believe that Bart Peterson’s support has affected the arts community. It has coalesced with his support.
Q: What is the hardest thing about what you do?
A: Being patient and realizing that I don’t need to have all the answers immediately.
Q: What is you favorite commercial?
A: I don’t watch many of them but I have always appreciated the softer, more intellectual approach of Volkswagen commercials.
Q: Three people you would invite to dinner?
A: Leonardo da Vinci, Andy Warhol, Claes Oldenburg, but actually three good friends would be even better.
Q: Can love be pornographic?
A: I think they are contradictory terms.