WILD PROFILE: Nicky Digital, All eyes on the dance floor
Who: Nicky Digital
Where: New York
What’s on his mind today:
Iceland! No, seriously, I’m always scheming up new excuses to go back to Iceland, though I’ll definitely settle for Puerto Rico, where I’m headed next week! (Which I should be packing for right now…)
What he is currently working on:
Our next big thing is currently under wraps. If I told your readers, I’d have to kill them all and I really don’t want to do that because–let’s face it–it’s time consuming and blood gives me the heebie jeebies.
What he thinks there is too much of, and too little of:
Too much bad music and not enough free pizza.
With whom he would most like to go on a “ tête à tête”:
2Pac’s hologram or Harry Houdini.
What good energy means to him:
Good tunes, good vodka, in the middle of a good, fun crowd
With whom he would like to run a country:
Someone with high speed internet access. There’s a lot that I’m willing to put up with, but shoddy internet is the kiss of death.
What he would do if he was the president:
I’d make ice cream a healthy snack! If they can make pizza a vegetable, it should also work the other way around.
What his most striking moment was:
Getting struck by lightning as I blew out the candles at my first birthday. (this is not a true statement but I’m at a loss for anything more striking)
What his earliest memory is:
In this life or my last one?
What he considers a fashion “faux-pas”:
What cracks him up:
What kind of movement he would like to start:
forward movement… moving in reverse is for people with time machines and/or enough money to afford daily visits to the shrink.
Who represents his “artistic” family:
The people around me with the biggest smiles.
With whom he would like to grow old:
My min-pin puppy Stella, “Dazed and Confused”-style: I keep getting older, she stays the same age.
What he would like to leave to future generation:
A well-indexed, easily-searchable time capsule full of portraits of my-my-my-my generation.
What his WILD Wish is:
That I had a tree that grew new photographic equipment for me to play with.