How would you describe your sense of style?
I like being comfortable. I’m usually always in sneakers, especially Converse, because I got used to the weight. I like prints—I’m a printmaker after all—so I try to add them in whenever I can.
We see that you’re wearing two watches on your wrist.
I joke with people that it’s to feel like I’m wearing a luxury watch, because they’re usually heavier than standard watches. My mother passed down this automatic watch to me but because I have to wind it every day, I had the fear that one day it’ll stop winding. So that’s how I started wearing the other watch, just in case, and then I got used to it.
How long has it been since you’ve been wearing two watches?
About two to three years? My husband hates it but I tell him I’ll stop wearing it when he lets go of his man clutch (laughs). I think one of the only days I didn’t wear both was during my wedding, but I definitely put them back on after the ceremony was over.
What’s been a recent change in your life?
I got married four months ago. I think learning to live with someone 24/7 has been the biggest change so far. I stay with Jason, my husband, and we also work together so we’re in each other’s faces all around the clock. When you’re dating, it’s so different, because your spaces are still separate.
You’re stuck on a deserted island and you have three things with you—what are they?
Can I break the rules and have one person with me instead of a thing? I’ll choose Jason. I’ll also choose to have my Bible and a huge water tank.
If you could be any print, what would you be?
I think I’d be something bright and holographic—like my clutch! I think holographic materials catch light at different angles, and they reflect a lot of different colours, so you can be all in one.