Current Residence Tribeca, NYC
WHAT CAN’T YOU TRAVEL WITHOUT AND WHY?
A good book.
WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE TRAVEL DESTINATION AND WHY?
Paris to eat, and for the vintage finds. Northern Vietnam is up there. Soon I think it will be Tibet.
WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE THING TO DO ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON IN NYC?
Play tennis; love a lazy Sunday, though.
WHO OR WHAT HAS INSPIRED YOU RECENTLY AND WHY?
Finnish designer/architect Alvar Aalto; hard to explain why.
WHAT ARE YOUR FAVORITE NYC RESTAURANTS.
Raoul’s, Café Sabarsky, and a new spot in Tribeca called A Summer Day Cafe.
WHAT’S YOUR GO-TO SPOT IN NYC FOR DRINKS?
WHAT ARE SOME OF YOUR FAVORITE BRUNCH SPOTS?
Not a brunch guy.
WHERE DO YOU GET YOUR ART FIX IN NYC? DO YOU HAVE A FAVORITE ARTIST?
MoMA, Neue Gallery. Franz Kline is a real favorite, but I think my favorite painting is Willem de Kooning’s Excavation.
WHAT ARE SOME OF YOUR FAVORITE LATE-NIGHT HANGOUTS IN NYC AND WHY?
Probably the place I’d never heard of and just ended up there with friends and was surprised.
WHAT MUSIC ARE YOU LISTENING TO THESE DAYS? WHO ARE SOME OF YOUR FAVORITE MUSICIANS?
Been feeling a bit nostalgic lately, so I’ve been listening to old Fugazi records.
WHAT ALBUM OR SONG WOULD YOU CONSIDER YOUR PERSONAL SOUNDTRACK TO NYC?
The Modern Lovers.