My family and I moved around when I was young, from six to twelve we were in Nicaragua, a great place to be a kid. It allowed me to get a glimpse of what it was like for my parents to grow up outside of the U.S., and taught me how to look at the world from different perspectives.
Taking care of my Bernal Heights flat, always something to do.
Digging for records.
Riding my bicycle, mostly in the city but also in the woods.
Recently I've been taking voice lessons, I wanted to try something outside of my comfort zone, it's been quite fun. Karaoke anyone?
Building a fire, setting up a tent in the dark, hitting the trails.
Movies: Tokyo story, 8 1/2, La Notte, The Fantastic Mr. Fox, Rushmore, Election, Bullit, Satantango, Rosemary's Baby, French Connection, Serpico, Joan of Arc (the silent version), Slapshot
Docs: Cave of forgotten dreams, Into the void, Heart of Darkness, thin blue line.
Music: Bjork, Iron and Wine, Bon Iver, Cat Power, Kid Krule, Bill Cunningham, FKA Twigs, Early Coltrane, Sonny Rollins, Monk, Talk Talk.
Food: no limits
record player (33.3, 45 RPM)
why do people honk so much?
How to direct my creativity in a fruitful manner.