<< Chris Pedersen >>

PJ: What’s your name?
CP: Chris Pedersen

PJ: Your birthday?
CP: 2nd. of June 20

PJ: What’s your star sign?
CP: Gemini

PJ: Your blood type?
CP: I have never thought to ask, so I actually don’t know. Should I know.

PJ: What type of men do you like?
CP: Tall guys with a wicked sense of humour.

PJ: What type don’t you like?
CP: Politicians who lies. I hate dishonesty.

PJ: Who are your current lovers?
CP: Too few.

PJ: What’s your favourite food?
CP: Bagels with cream cheese and salmon, oysters, lobster, everything with truffles and my sisters cheese cake.

PJ: What food don’t you like?
CP: I’ll eat everything.

PJ: What’s your favourite fashion?
CP: I love the wardrobes of Courbusier, Danish designer Jørgen Nørgaard (Dries & Commes), Arthur Miller and the picture of play writer Samuel E. Beckett with a Gucci Jackie Bag.

PJ: What fashion don’t you like?
CP: Everytthing to seasonal, and I never dress in colours.

PJ: What’s your hobby?
CP: I don’t have ‘hobbies’ but I spent most my spare time reading or visiting galleries or museums. If I don’t hang out with my friends.

PJ: What were you doing last Sunday?
CP: Played cards with some friends in a summerhouse. Good times.

PJ: When did you wake up this morning?
CP: At six. I always wake up very early.

PJ: Who’s your favourite fashion designer?
CP: Helmut Lang and Dries van Noten. (And obviously I mean THE Helmut Lang. I would never wear the new stuff).

PJ: Favourite lipstick?
CP: I love a matte read. It makes me think of black & white movies stars like Mae West & Jean Harlow. Berlin during the Weimar and fancy dressing rooms.

PJ: Foundation?
CP: I looove when I do television and the makeup artist do that air brush-thing on me, but I don’t know the brand name.

PJ: Perfume?
CP: 1969.

PJ: What colour hair do you wish you were born with?
CP: Black

PJ: Are you a good cook?
CP: Nope. Nix. Nein.

PJ: What food do you cook best?
CP: Indian Curry.

PJ: What do you wear when you sleep?
CP: Chanel no. 5.

PJ: What did you eat when you woke up this morning?
CP: Porridge with raisins.

PJ: What’s your favourite word?
CP: Yes.

PJ: What words don’t you like?
CP: No.

PJ: What’s your favourite flower?
CP: Pale pink roses.

PJ: Favourite colour?
CP: Pink.

PJ: What’s your favourite season?
CP: Spring.

PJ: Where do you most want to go now?
CP: Berlin. I sooooo miss clubbing. Hanging out in dark bars flirting with strangers.

PJ: What’s your job?
CP: I’m a journalist, currently working on a radio station.

PJ: Do you like your work?
CP: Very much. The older I get the more I come to realize the privilege of working within the field of my personal interests.

PJ: Do you like your styling?
CP: Yes. I decided early on always to dress the same in black & white and with black glasses. It’s easy and I like feeling recinizable. Also to myself.

PJ: Do you like your voice?
CP: Yes. I think so.

PJ: What is your dream of the future?
CP: I don’t dream about the future. I’m to nervous to do that. But I really like my present.

PJ: What’s the happiest thing about your life?
CP: My friends.

PJ: How about the saddest?
CP: I miss my mom. Every day.

PJ: What part of your self do you like best?
CP: My smile.

PJ: What part of your self don’t you like?
CP: My height.

PJ: What part of your personality do you like best?
CP: I’m very outgoing.

PJ: What part of your personality don’t you like?
CP: I can be too loud, and I’m not always the best listener.

PJ: What is your habit?
CP: Smoking.

PJ: When was your first love?
CP: At 19. Same year as my first kiss. I was a late bloomer.

PJ: What kind of guy was he?
CP: Oh he was a dancer. Very self absorbed, mysterious and so annoying.

PJ: What type of guy’s your current lover?
CP: I’m on my own.

PJ: What do you expect from him?
CP: Nothing. But I like the Edie Brickell-quote. ‘I want someone to follow. Who doesn’t lead the way. I want someone to listen, who won’t repeat what I say’.

PJ: What did you dream last night?
CP: I never remember my dreams. But these days I sleep extremely heavy. I think it’s because of all the chaos going on in the world. My mind cannot handle more.

PJ: Do you believe in dreams?
CP: Nope.

PJ: Do you believe in jinxes?
CP: Nope.

PJ: Do you believe in magic?
CP: Nope.

PJ: Do you believe in god?
CP: Nope. I don’t believe in anything but responsibility, empathy and love.