Judith K | Artist and Creative Consultant
It was the banana cake. After shooting an interior space created by Judith and after being taken to the oldest artist village near Downtown Los Angeles, the cake was in my travel pack and ready to be demolished. It would be unfair to say this was my favourite part of the trade as I enjoyed photographing the artists’ surroundings and Judith’s creation...but my taste buds remember the cake because they didn’t lick the interiors or the concrete paths.
Interview with Judith
Describe your most memorable adventure as a child.
Being handed a cardboard box with three 3-day old, orphaned kittens when I was 5. I grew up in the countryside with a menagerie of animals, but cats just take the cake!
What would you say was the biggest risk you’ve taken in your life?
Hiding a chocolate bar on my person in bear country.
What is it about interior design that makes you want to do it?
Its ability to transport you to a different place and to recreate places you love. My ideal pad is a mix between a national park lodge and various ACE hotels. Some people might think that an unfortunate combination, but I dig it.
If there was one lesson you could teach your children, what would it be?
When looking for a role model, look no further than John Waters.
Was there a time in your life that a major change happened?
They happen all the time, and that's good. Bring it on! I love the fact that you never know what lies around the next corner. Who knows, in a couple of years I might be a shaman and live in Big Sur.
What is something you haven’t told someone in a long time?
I'll lead that next pitch!
If you had to recommend a favourite music album, what would it be?
Father John Misty's, Fear Fun. He's a man, he's a god, he's a ghost, he's a guru!