WHAT DO YOU DO AT SAATCHI & SAATCHI?
WHAT WAS YOUR FIRST JOB?
I was a door-to-door knife salesman. Willy Loman-style.
WHAT LED YOU ON THE PATH YOU’RE ON TODAY?
I went to school for illustration, and one of my teachers thought I might be into the idea of Advertising. Turns out, I was. So I went to Miami Ad School in South Beach, and lived across the bay from Shaq.
WHAT ARE YOUR LOVEMARKS?
Family, NBA, Goodfellas, salad bars, Madewell, Food Network…
WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE AD (ALL TIME OR CURRENT)?
I’m currently loving the Little Caesar’s corporate scapegoat. Effing Chet.
IF YOU NEVER HAD TO WORK AGAIN, WHAT WOULD YOU WANT TO DO?
Live for 3 months at every major city around the world.
FAVORITE PLACE YOU’VE BEEN TO?
Barcelona. Hands down.
WHAT’S YOUR MOST PRIZED POSSESSION?
Our cabin in the Poconos.
DO YOU HAVE A FAVORITE YOUTUBE VIDEO?
These things tend to look old really quickly. I thought this was funny recently.
WHAT’S SOMETHING YOU MAKE REALLY WELL?
Salted Chocolate Chip cookies
WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE WARM-WEATHER NYC ACTIVITY?
WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE LUNCHTIME SPOT NEAR THE OFFICE?
WHAT’S YOUR GO TO KARAOKE SONG?
This is probably going to make me unpopular. But, I’m not a karaoke fan. There I said it.
WHAT’S THE BEST MEAL YOU’VE EVER HAD?
Crispy Sea Bass on the side of a cliff in Santorini under a red moon.
IF YOU COULD BE THE WORLD RECORD HOLDER OF ANYTHING, WHAT WOULD IT BE?
Sleep. And I actually might be the world record holder. Definitely the unofficial one.
WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE CREATIVE PURSUIT?
Screenwriting with my husband. And I still like to draw, even though I’m nowhere near good at it anymore.
WHAT BLOGS/MAGAZINES/BOOKS/PAPERS/WEBSITES CAN YOU NOT LIVE WITHOUT?
Art magazines, like Juxtapoz. Every food blog on the Internet. And I’m a huge lover of comedy biographies.
WHAT’S THE LAST GREAT EVENT YOU WENT TO?
For the 30th Anniversary of Back to the Future, we went to see a screening of the movie at Radio City Music Hall with a live orchestra score. Bet everyone thought I would say Coachella.
WHAT’S THE BEST PIECE OF ADVICE YOU’VE EVER RECEIVED?
Don’t worry be happy. It’s a simple song I wrote.
WHAT’S YOUR GREATEST NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE STORY?
Side story…I’m a huge basketball fan. When I worked at 180LA, Kevin Garnett was an Adidas sponsored player. They won the championship in 2008, and Kevin was supposed to say Adidas’ tagline, “Impossible is Nothing.” Instead he said, “ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE!!” You had one job Kevin, one job.