Name Joan Darrow
Age Secret
Occupation Image-consultant

 
 

Name John Toriello
Age 55
Occupation Unemployed

 

Name David Lawrence
Age 23
Occupation Newspaper-boy

 

Name Harry Shaw
Age 59
Occupation Model

 
 

Name Genevieve Montgomery
Age Secret
Occupation Actress/Screenwriter

 
 

Name Allen Makere
Age 27
Occupation Singer/Songwriter

 
 

Name Rhoda Lukin
Age 75
Occupation Political writer

 
 

Name Robert Sheehan
Age 37
Occupation Professional Dog-walker

 
 

Name Lonnie Rathie
Age 31
Occupation Singer/Songwriter

 
 

Name Biond Fury
Age Secret
Occupation Musician, host on national tv-show

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Faces of New

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What do you think about your face?

I think that God has given me a beautiful face. Iím very grateful for my face. I think that a lot of things in my life has to do with my faith in God. With my faith in God I express beauty, itís coming from within me, from the Holy Spirit. When I think of the Holy Spirit I feel like Iím projecting beauty. So therefore I have a beautiful face, praise the Lord.

Itís also about accepting the face I have. It has to do also with acceptance. I mean, I could go out and have plastic surgery. And then I would look like a different person, so why would I do that? Iím not ashamed of the way I look, but thatís definitely a spiritual thing. Itís not a worldly thing, because the world says, Oh no, you go and you have this done and you have that done, andÖ

I donít wear very much make-up, because I donít think itís attractive. I donít want to show off the make-up Iím wearing, I want to show off my face because I am pleased with the way God made me.

 
What do you think about your face?

I think that God has given me a beautiful face. Iím very grateful for my face. I think that a lot of things in my life has to do with my faith in God. With my faith in God I express beauty, itís coming from within me, from the Holy Spirit. When I think of the Holy Spirit I feel like Iím projecting beauty. So therefore I have a beautiful face, praise the Lord.

Itís also about accepting the face I have. It has to do also with acceptance. I mean, I could go out and have plastic surgery. And then I would look like a different person, so why would I do that? Iím not ashamed of the way I look, but thatís definitely a spiritual thing. Itís not a worldly thing, because the world says, Oh no, you go and you have this done and you have that done, andÖ

I donít wear very much make-up, because I donít think itís attractive. I donít want to show off the make-up Iím wearing, I want to show off my face because I am pleased with the way God made me.

 
What do you think about your face?

I think that God has given me a beautiful face. Iím very grateful for my face. I think that a lot of things in my life has to do with my faith in God. With my faith in God I express beauty, itís coming from within me, from the Holy Spirit. When I think of the Holy Spirit I feel like Iím projecting beauty. So therefore I have a beautiful face, praise the Lord.

Itís also about accepting the face I have. It has to do also with acceptance. I mean, I could go out and have plastic surgery. And then I would look like a different person, so why would I do that? Iím not ashamed of the way I look, but thatís definitely a spiritual thing. Itís not a worldly thing, because the world says, Oh no, you go and you have this done and you have that done, andÖ

I donít wear very much make-up, because I donít think itís attractive. I donít want to show off the make-up Iím wearing, I want to show off my face because I am pleased with the way God made me.

   
 
 
What do you think about your face?

I would like to be a little better looking than what I am - you know, boxing and everything. When you get plastic surgery they donít do the right work. I boxed for three years at the Grammarcy Club in Manhattan. Itís a hard business. You take punches, and sometimes you got to go home after the fight and put a towel around your neck.
In the fight that I broke my nose in I had the guy out, but I made a mistake. I dropped my hand, and he caught me. I broke my nose in í73, but didnít get it fixed till í80-í81. I went to this doctor Reeding on Park Avenue, and boy, he did a job on me! He got a hammer and chisel and rake and this and thatÖ I say, "Oh, jeez, at least itíll come outÖĒ Well, I Ė ahhÖ I wasnít that happy with it, so I went back a few weeks later, he says, ďI canít make it any shorterĒ - because they measure the distance from your chin to the tip of your nose - and he says, ďIt fits your face, what do you wantĒ?
I wanted it smaller. I wanted a Tom Jones-type of nose; you can barely see the freaking thing. I just was always very, very self-conscious about my nose before I started boxing. Iím Italian, and you know; youíre born with a Roman nose, and I hate it.

People say I make more out of it than what it is. I say, ďFine, would you like itĒ? and they say, ď Ö um, no thanksĒ. Iíll be honest with you - I lost almost four million dollars in real estate. Since then Iíve been taking antidepressants, so I donít concentrate too much onÖ the nose or anything like that.

 
What do you think about your face?

I would like to be a little better looking than what I am - you know, boxing and everything. When you get plastic surgery they donít do the right work. I boxed for three years at the Grammarcy Club in Manhattan. Itís a hard business. You take punches, and sometimes you got to go home after the fight and put a towel around your neck.
In the fight that I broke my nose in I had the guy out, but I made a mistake. I dropped my hand, and he caught me. I broke my nose in í73, but didnít get it fixed till í80-í81. I went to this doctor Reeding on Park Avenue, and boy, he did a job on me! He got a hammer and chisel and rake and this and thatÖ I say, "Oh, jeez, at least itíll come outÖĒ Well, I Ė ahhÖ I wasnít that happy with it, so I went back a few weeks later, he says, ďI canít make it any shorterĒ - because they measure the distance from your chin to the tip of your nose - and he says, ďIt fits your face, what do you wantĒ?
I wanted it smaller. I wanted a Tom Jones-type of nose; you can barely see the freaking thing. I just was always very, very self-conscious about my nose before I started boxing. Iím Italian, and you know; youíre born with a Roman nose, and I hate it.

People say I make more out of it than what it is. I say, ďFine, would you like itĒ? and they say, ď Ö um, no thanksĒ. Iíll be honest with you - I lost almost four million dollars in real estate. Since then Iíve been taking antidepressants, so I donít concentrate too much onÖ the nose or anything like that.

 
What do you think about your face?

I would like to be a little better looking than what I am - you know, boxing and everything. When you get plastic surgery they donít do the right work. I boxed for three years at the Grammarcy Club in Manhattan. Itís a hard business. You take punches, and sometimes you got to go home after the fight and put a towel around your neck.
In the fight that I broke my nose in I had the guy out, but I made a mistake. I dropped my hand, and he caught me. I broke my nose in í73, but didnít get it fixed till í80-í81. I went to this doctor Reeding on Park Avenue, and boy, he did a job on me! He got a hammer and chisel and rake and this and thatÖ I say, "Oh, jeez, at least itíll come outÖĒ Well, I Ė ahhÖ I wasnít that happy with it, so I went back a few weeks later, he says, ďI canít make it any shorterĒ - because they measure the distance from your chin to the tip of your nose - and he says, ďIt fits your face, what do you wantĒ?
I wanted it smaller. I wanted a Tom Jones-type of nose; you can barely see the freaking thing. I just was always very, very self-conscious about my nose before I started boxing. Iím Italian, and you know; youíre born with a Roman nose, and I hate it.

People say I make more out of it than what it is. I say, ďFine, would you like itĒ? and they say, ď Ö um, no thanksĒ. Iíll be honest with you - I lost almost four million dollars in real estate. Since then Iíve been taking antidepressants, so I donít concentrate too much onÖ the nose or anything like that.

 
 
What do you think about your face?

I think my face looks good. I think it looks mature, young - maybe a little rebellious. It looks like itís a little eager for something. Like if I saw a picture of myself, and I didnít know who the person on the picture was, I would think that this guy has really got a goal. And so probably Iíd like to look a little bit like myself.

Iím an average person, but I donít have an average look. Even black people around my age and sizeÖ Iíve never really seen anybody who looked anything like me. Iíve got that 21st century look to me. Iím only 23. At the same time Iíve got a loooong beard like an old man, but I keep it shaved Ė there isnít any grey in my beard, and Iím not loosing any hair anywhere.

Normally when I have my hair out females go crazy for me. I canít help it. God made me like that, I guess, and thatís another reason why I figure my attitude is not average. When a lot of the people that I feel are average get attention like that they turn a little arrogant. See me, I donít get ahead of myself. Because I always know that it isnít me who made me look like this. God made me look like this.

 
What do you think about your face?

I think my face looks good. I think it looks mature, young - maybe a little rebellious. It looks like itís a little eager for something. Like if I saw a picture of myself, and I didnít know who the person on the picture was, I would think that this guy has really got a goal. And so probably Iíd like to look a little bit like myself.

Iím an average person, but I donít have an average look. Even black people around my age and sizeÖ Iíve never really seen anybody who looked anything like me. Iíve got that 21st century look to me. Iím only 23. At the same time Iíve got a loooong beard like an old man, but I keep it shaved Ė there isnít any grey in my beard, and Iím not loosing any hair anywhere.

Normally when I have my hair out females go crazy for me. I canít help it. God made me like that, I guess, and thatís another reason why I figure my attitude is not average. When a lot of the people that I feel are average get attention like that they turn a little arrogant. See me, I donít get ahead of myself. Because I always know that it isnít me who made me look like this. God made me look like this.

 
What do you think about your face?

I think my face looks good. I think it looks mature, young - maybe a little rebellious. It looks like itís a little eager for something. Like if I saw a picture of myself, and I didnít know who the person on the picture was, I would think that this guy has really got a goal. And so probably Iíd like to look a little bit like myself.

Iím an average person, but I donít have an average look. Even black people around my age and sizeÖ Iíve never really seen anybody who looked anything like me. Iíve got that 21st century look to me. Iím only 23. At the same time Iíve got a loooong beard like an old man, but I keep it shaved Ė there isnít any grey in my beard, and Iím not loosing any hair anywhere.

Normally when I have my hair out females go crazy for me. I canít help it. God made me like that, I guess, and thatís another reason why I figure my attitude is not average. When a lot of the people that I feel are average get attention like that they turn a little arrogant. See me, I donít get ahead of myself. Because I always know that it isnít me who made me look like this. God made me look like this.

 
 
What do you think about your face?

My face has made me a lot of money because Iím a professional model. I pose for artists and photographers, and people love to do sculptures and portraits of my face.
Iím a mixture of Irish, Dutch, German and Indian. I have high cheekbones. Iíve light hair. And Iíve dark eyes. Itís not the usual.

People say I look like Richard Gere, and I think thatís fine, I think thatís enjoyable. I like Richard Gere Ė and Iíve seen him, and he still looks a little bit like me.
IĎm a still-model. I can be still for long periods of time. You have to learn to do that. I have trained. I use meditation and self-hypnosis to be still. And I think itís also a natural part of me.

Very often Iím under self-hypnosis when Iím modeling. I use the dot-method Ė I look at a dot, and I get very relaxed, and Iím aware of anything in the room. Being a model is the only way I make money now. I also play Mega Millions Ė we have a lottery called Mega Millions Ė but if I win millions Iíll still model.

 
What do you think about your face?

My face has made me a lot of money because Iím a professional model. I pose for artists and photographers, and people love to do sculptures and portraits of my face.
Iím a mixture of Irish, Dutch, German and Indian. I have high cheekbones. Iíve light hair. And Iíve dark eyes. Itís not the usual.

People say I look like Richard Gere, and I think thatís fine, I think thatís enjoyable. I like Richard Gere Ė and Iíve seen him, and he still looks a little bit like me.
IĎm a still-model. I can be still for long periods of time. You have to learn to do that. I have trained. I use meditation and self-hypnosis to be still. And I think itís also a natural part of me.

Very often Iím under self-hypnosis when Iím modeling. I use the dot-method Ė I look at a dot, and I get very relaxed, and Iím aware of anything in the room. Being a model is the only way I make money now. I also play Mega Millions Ė we have a lottery called Mega Millions Ė but if I win millions Iíll still model.

 
What do you think about your face?

My face has made me a lot of money because Iím a professional model. I pose for artists and photographers, and people love to do sculptures and portraits of my face.
Iím a mixture of Irish, Dutch, German and Indian. I have high cheekbones. Iíve light hair. And Iíve dark eyes. Itís not the usual.

People say I look like Richard Gere, and I think thatís fine, I think thatís enjoyable. I like Richard Gere Ė and Iíve seen him, and he still looks a little bit like me.
IĎm a still-model. I can be still for long periods of time. You have to learn to do that. I have trained. I use meditation and self-hypnosis to be still. And I think itís also a natural part of me.

Very often Iím under self-hypnosis when Iím modeling. I use the dot-method Ė I look at a dot, and I get very relaxed, and Iím aware of anything in the room. Being a model is the only way I make money now. I also play Mega Millions Ė we have a lottery called Mega Millions Ė but if I win millions Iíll still model.

 
 
What do you think about your face?

In my own face Ė particularly with my hair pulled back Ė I see the Van Eyck or Holbein portraits. When I go to Metropolitan Museum of Art a lot of times I feel I see myself there. Because I donít see my look as so much contemporary as European from other times. I feel that other aspects of me that have lived in different periods come out through my face. Thatís what I see, when I look at myself in the mirror, and my face seems otherworldly to me that way. What Iím inspired by is the French period before the revolution Ė the paintings of BoucherÖ that sort of thing. ĎThe women in the gardení. Thatís how I feel Ė without the slings and arrows of this lifetime.

I donít relate to the standards of today with the intentionally skinny, starved bodies Ė I find it very unfeminine. And what I really, really, really respond to is femininity on the purest level. I really respond to the goddess-essence that women are. So when they starve themselves, get breast-implants, donít accept who they areÖ that Ė that rankles me, and I feel thatís very marketed Ė the idea of what it is to have a female body today. So I donít relate to what I see coming out of Hollywood. I relate to what I see in Museums.

 
What do you think about your face?

In my own face Ė particularly with my hair pulled back Ė I see the Van Eyck or Holbein portraits. When I go to Metropolitan Museum of Art a lot of times I feel I see myself there. Because I donít see my look as so much contemporary as European from other times. I feel that other aspects of me that have lived in different periods come out through my face. Thatís what I see, when I look at myself in the mirror, and my face seems otherworldly to me that way. What Iím inspired by is the French period before the revolution Ė the paintings of BoucherÖ that sort of thing. ĎThe women in the gardení. Thatís how I feel Ė without the slings and arrows of this lifetime.

I donít relate to the standards of today with the intentionally skinny, starved bodies Ė I find it very unfeminine. And what I really, really, really respond to is femininity on the purest level. I really respond to the goddess-essence that women are. So when they starve themselves, get breast-implants, donít accept who they areÖ that Ė that rankles me, and I feel thatís very marketed Ė the idea of what it is to have a female body today. So I donít relate to what I see coming out of Hollywood. I relate to what I see in Museums.

 
What do you think about your face?

In my own face Ė particularly with my hair pulled back Ė I see the Van Eyck or Holbein portraits. When I go to Metropolitan Museum of Art a lot of times I feel I see myself there. Because I donít see my look as so much contemporary as European from other times. I feel that other aspects of me that have lived in different periods come out through my face. Thatís what I see, when I look at myself in the mirror, and my face seems otherworldly to me that way. What Iím inspired by is the French period before the revolution Ė the paintings of BoucherÖ that sort of thing. ĎThe women in the gardení. Thatís how I feel Ė without the slings and arrows of this lifetime.

I donít relate to the standards of today with the intentionally skinny, starved bodies Ė I find it very unfeminine. And what I really, really, really respond to is femininity on the purest level. I really respond to the goddess-essence that women are. So when they starve themselves, get breast-implants, donít accept who they areÖ that Ė that rankles me, and I feel thatís very marketed Ė the idea of what it is to have a female body today. So I donít relate to what I see coming out of Hollywood. I relate to what I see in Museums.

 
 
What do you think about your face?

I remember that as a child - growing up where I grew up in Africa Ė I looked at myself and realized that my face was different from that of a lot of the population. When I came to the US it alarmed me to discover that even though Iím black I still did not have a face of the black people in this country either. And then I had to go and search where the origins of my face were, finding that my face was a Rwandan face. America is a place where you see a lot of images of the face in the context of moviemaking and advertising and so on. And so there is a distinct sense of having a wrong face or an unpopular face in this country. And it was only when I realized this that I found out what might be magical about parts of my face Ė my nose, my lips, my eyes. Since this discovery Iíve hardly left the house without putting on eyeliner and coal around the eyes.
I am told that Iím beautiful. I accept that. But beauty isnít beholden to anything that is moralistic in human life, so when I hear someone say something is beautiful or your face is beautiful, most times I donít say anything becauseÖ there is nothing to say.

 
What do you think about your face?

I remember that as a child - growing up where I grew up in Africa Ė I looked at myself and realized that my face was different from that of a lot of the population. When I came to the US it alarmed me to discover that even though Iím black I still did not have a face of the black people in this country either. And then I had to go and search where the origins of my face were, finding that my face was a Rwandan face. America is a place where you see a lot of images of the face in the context of moviemaking and advertising and so on. And so there is a distinct sense of having a wrong face or an unpopular face in this country. And it was only when I realized this that I found out what might be magical about parts of my face Ė my nose, my lips, my eyes. Since this discovery Iíve hardly left the house without putting on eyeliner and coal around the eyes.
I am told that Iím beautiful. I accept that. But beauty isnít beholden to anything that is moralistic in human life, so when I hear someone say something is beautiful or your face is beautiful, most times I donít say anything becauseÖ there is nothing to say.

 
What do you think about your face?

I remember that as a child - growing up where I grew up in Africa Ė I looked at myself and realized that my face was different from that of a lot of the population. When I came to the US it alarmed me to discover that even though Iím black I still did not have a face of the black people in this country either. And then I had to go and search of where the origins of my face were, finding that my face was a Rwandan face. America is a place where you see a lot of images of the face in the context of moviemaking and advertising and so on. And so there is a distinct sense of having a wrong face or an unpopular face in this country. And it was only when I realized this that I found out what might be magical about parts of my face Ė my nose, my lips, my eyes. Since this discovery Iíve hardly left the house without putting on eyeliner and coal around the eyes.
I am told that Iím beautiful. I accept that. But beauty isnít beholden to anything that is moralistic in human life, so when I hear someone say something is beautiful or your face is beautiful, most times I donít say anything becauseÖ there is nothing to say.

 
 
 
What do you think about your face?

Essentially I would say I have made a drastic change the last three years. Age caught up with me. Good times caught up with me. Wild parties caught up with me. And what I see now is a truly aging woman. I no longer see the spontaneous, witty, charmingÖ I see an elderly woman. And I find that difficult, but in a way very freeing. I donít have to be the life of the party anymore, and I can talk to charming people like you and not have to feel that I have to flirt with you. Iím much, much freer although considerably sadder getting old.
Iím a writer, and Iíve been a writer through all sorts of times. Journalism and creative magazines, news etc. Itís very difficult for me to sit back and watch as opposed to be the active force. And yet I think that if I stick it out I will discover a way of aging that involves anything that is different from doing crossword puzzles. Keep your mind active, you know? I got fit with gym, but I canít do that anymore, and I donít want to pretend.

 
What do you think about your face?

Essentially I would say I have made a drastic change the last three years. Age caught up with me. Good times caught up with me. Wild parties caught up with me. And what I see now is a truly aging woman. I no longer see the spontaneous, witty, charmingÖ I see an elderly woman. And I find that difficult, but in a way very freeing. I donít have to be the life of the party anymore, and I can talk to charming people like you and not have to feel that I have to flirt with you. Iím much, much freer although considerably sadder getting old.
Iím a writer, and Iíve been a writer through all sorts of times. Journalism and creative magazines, news etc. Itís very difficult for me to sit back and watch as opposed to be the active force. And yet I think that if I stick it out I will discover a way of aging that involves anything that is different from doing crossword puzzles. Keep your mind active, you know? I got fit with gym, but I canít do that anymore, and I donít want to pretend.

 
What do you think about your face?

Essentially I would say I have made a drastic change the last three years. Age caught up with me. Good times caught up with me. Wild parties caught up with me. And what I see now is a truly aging woman. I no longer see the spontaneous, witty, charmingÖ I see an elderly woman. And I find that difficult, but in a way very freeing. I donít have to be the life of the party anymore, and I can talk to charming people like you and not have to feel that I have to flirt with you. Iím much, much freer although considerably sadder getting old.
Iím a writer, and Iíve been a writer through all sorts of times. Journalism and creative magazines, news etc. Itís very difficult for me to sit back and watch as opposed to be the active force. And yet I think that if I stick it out I will discover a way of aging that involves anything that is different from doing crossword puzzles. Keep your mind active, you know? I got fit with gym, but I canít do that anymore, and I donít want to pretend.

 
What do you think about your face?

I think my face is kind of harsh sometimes. I think a lot of people probably would look at me and think I donít look like the friendliest person in the world, but: When you live in New York City thatís not necessarily a bad thing. The people that you want to approach you will approach you. The people that are sort of put off by the way you look - those are the people I would like to filter out anyway.

I think I know when my looks intimidate people. I can turn that on, and I can turn it off. When Iím on my way home on the subway I donít necessarily want people talking to me. So I turn it on. If I go out, on the other hand, my facial expression changes, and Iím much more approachable. Itís kind of what a lot of people in New York do. They respond according to the given situation.

Take this neighborhood. You donít want to be here and look like youíre not really from around New York. Because a lot of people would see that, and then youíll become a victim of a crime. I used to live in Williamsburg. This neighborhood is further out on the outskirts, itís a little sketchy, so you donít really want to give the impression that youíre in any way vulnerable. You want to sort of look like you belong here; you know: Donít fuck with me.

I was mugged when I moved here from Canada 12 years ago. I was very naÔve back then. There was a lot of things I didnít know.

 
What do you think about your face?

I think my face is kind of harsh sometimes. I think a lot of people probably would look at me and think I donít look like the friendliest person in the world, but: When you live in New York City thatís not necessarily a bad thing. The people that you want to approach you will approach you. The people that are sort of put off by the way you look - those are the people I would like to filter out anyway.

I think I know when my looks intimidate people. I can turn that on, and I can turn it off. When Iím on my way home on the subway I donít necessarily want people talking to me. So I turn it on. If I go out, on the other hand, my facial expression changes, and Iím much more approachable. Itís kind of what a lot of people in New York do. They respond according to the given situation.

Take this neighborhood. You donít want to be here and look like youíre not really from around New York. Because a lot of people would see that, and then youíll become a victim of a crime. I used to live in Williamsburg. This neighborhood is further out on the outskirts, itís a little sketchy, so you donít really want to give the impression that youíre in any way vulnerable. You want to sort of look like you belong here; you know: Donít fuck with me.

I was mugged when I moved here from Canada 12 years ago. I was very naÔve back then. There was a lot of things I didnít know.

 
What do you think about your face?

I think my face is kind of harsh sometimes. I think a lot of people probably would look at me and think I donít look like the friendliest person in the world, but: When you live in New York City thatís not necessarily a bad thing. The people that you want to approach you will approach you. The people that are sort of put off by the way you look - those are the people I would like to filter out anyway.

I think I know when my looks intimidate people. I can turn that on, and I can turn it off. When Iím on my way home on the subway I donít necessarily want people talking to me. So I turn it on. If I go out, on the other hand, my facial expression changes, and Iím much more approachable. Itís kind of what a lot of people in New York do. They respond according to the given situation.

Take this neighborhood. You donít want to be here and look like youíre not really from around New York. Because a lot of people would see that, and then youíll become a victim of a crime. I used to live in Williamsburg. This neighborhood is further out on the outskirts, itís a little sketchy, so you donít really want to give the impression that youíre in any way vulnerable. You want to sort of look like you belong here; you know: Donít fuck with me.

I was mugged when I moved here from Canada 12 years ago. I was very naÔve back then. There was a lot of things I didnít know.

 
 
What do you think about your face?

I think that there is a lot of flaws in it. I donít think itís symmetrical. Asymmetrical, is that the word? I think that if you sliced my face down the middle then both sides wouldnít be the same.

My features are all very big and not sharp. Itís something Iím very aware of. It bothers me that every time Iím photographed I feel that certain features are more prominent than others, like my nose, my eyes, or my lips Ė that they are bigger. I wish I had smaller features. I wish that my face were more symmetrical. But I guess itís kind of unique. I donít think Iíve seen too many other people who look like me. Even in New York.

Itís good sometimes, and itís bad sometimes. If I did something bad, and somebody remembered me, I couldnít pretend I was somebody else. But I havenít experienced that. Oh, actually yes I have. I was rude to a guy at one point, and when I met him again I tried to pretend I wasnít me. But I was. I couldnít escape it.

 
What do you think about your face?

I think that there is a lot of flaws in it. I donít think itís symmetrical. Asymmetrical, is that the word? I think that if you sliced my face down the middle then both sides wouldnít be the same.

My features are all very big and not sharp. Itís something Iím very aware of. It bothers me that every time Iím photographed I feel that certain features are more prominent than others, like my nose, my eyes, or my lips Ė that they are bigger. I wish I had smaller features. I wish that my face were more symmetrical. But I guess itís kind of unique. I donít think Iíve seen too many other people who look like me. Even in New York.

Itís good sometimes, and itís bad sometimes. If I did something bad, and somebody remembered me, I couldnít pretend I was somebody else. But I havenít experienced that. Oh, actually yes I have. I was rude to a guy at one point, and when I met him again I tried to pretend I wasnít me. But I was. I couldnít escape it.

 
What do you think about your face?

I think that there is a lot of flaws in it. I donít think itís symmetrical. Asymmetrical, is that the word? I think that if you sliced my face down the middle then both sides wouldnít be the same.

My features are all very big and not sharp. Itís something Iím very aware of. It bothers me that every time Iím photographed I feel that certain features are more prominent than others, like my nose, my eyes, or my lips Ė that they are bigger. I wish I had smaller features. I wish that my face were more symmetrical. But I guess itís kind of unique. I donít think Iíve seen too many other people who look like me. Even in New York.

Itís good sometimes, and itís bad sometimes. If I did something bad, and somebody remembered me, I couldnít pretend I was somebody else. But I havenít experienced that. Oh, actually yes I have. I was rude to a guy at one point, and when I met him again I tried to pretend I wasnít me. But I was. I couldnít escape it.

 
 
What do you think about your face?

Iím involved in the worlds of film and music Ė Iím a writer and also a singer, and I think my face reflects the voices I use to express myself in my work.

Iím working now on a multi-media concept that deals with the ability we all have to interact with each other on a higher level of consciousness. Our basic five senses are rather limited, I feel Ė Iím interested, therefore, in other levels of sensory experience than those we can achieve with our five senses. Some people would call it clairvoyance. Some people would call it precognition. Some people would deny it all together. A lot of my music and my work and my ideas come from that level of consciousness.

I like long hair, and I relate Ė not to something out of this time, but - to the world as it was maybe some hundred years ago. Itís the energy of the long hair I like. To me it represents a sense of freedom and a sense of independence. My name is Biond Fury, F-U-R-Y B-I-O-N-D, which kind of speaks for itself.
I donít give my age away. Itís a secret. I donít think in terms of time as most people do. I consider myself to be, hopefully, outside of time. Beyond time.

 
What do you think about your face?

Iím involved in the worlds of film and music Ė Iím a writer and also a singer, and I think my face reflects the voices I use to express myself in my work.

Iím working now on a multi-media concept that deals with the ability we all have to interact with each other on a higher level of consciousness. Our basic five senses are rather limited, I feel Ė Iím interested, therefore, in other levels of sensory experience than those we can achieve with our five senses. Some people would call it clairvoyance. Some people would call it precognition. Some people would deny it all together. A lot of my music and my work and my ideas come from that level of consciousness.

I like long hair, and I relate Ė not to something out of this time, but - to the world as it was maybe some hundred years ago. Itís the energy of the long hair I like. To me it represents a sense of freedom and a sense of independence. My name is Biond Fury, F-U-R-Y B-I-O-N-D, which kind of speaks for itself.
I donít give my age away. Itís a secret. I donít think in terms of time as most people do. I consider myself to be, hopefully, outside of time. Beyond time.

 
What do you think about your face?

Iím involved in the worlds of film and music Ė Iím a writer and also a singer, and I think my face reflects the voices I use to express myself in my work.

Iím working now on a multi-media concept that deals with the ability we all have to interact with each other on a higher level of consciousness. Our basic five senses are rather limited, I feel Ė Iím interested, therefore, in other levels of sensory experience than those we can achieve with our five senses. Some people would call it clairvoyance. Some people would call it precognition. Some people would deny it all together. A lot of my music and my work and my ideas come from that level of consciousness.

I like long hair, and I relate Ė not to something out of this time, but - to the world as it was maybe some hundred years ago. Itís the energy of the long hair I like. To me it represents a sense of freedom and a sense of independence. My name is Biond Fury, F-U-R-Y B-I-O-N-D, which kind of speaks for itself.
I donít give my age away. Itís a secret. I donít think in terms of time as most people do. I consider myself to be, hopefully, outside of time. Beyond time.