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AM: Where are you from in Italy? Tell me about your family.
GJ: I’m fairly peculiar. My whole family, my father and mother and all their relatives are from Palermo, Sicily. I was raised in Milan, north of Italy, but I feel deeply Sicilian in my blood, with a touch of Northern efficiency and practical sense. I lost my father when I was two, so I grew up with a single mother with two kids, which immediately gave me a big sense of appreciation for the feminine world and personalities. I come from a family with ancestors who are lawyers and judges (as the root of my last name easily reveals), so I myself attended and finished law school.
AM: When did you start acting and what inspired you to try?
GJ: I started when I was about 18 or 19, while I was attending law school. My initial inspiration was definitely Charlie Chaplin, whom I learnt to love since I was a tiny kid, and whose death on a Christmas day remains on...
AM: Where were you born?
PK: I was born in 1993, in Poland, in a town called Suwalki. It’s an extremely beautiful place, located in the North East of Poland, 20 km from the Lithuanian and 50 km from the Russian border. It’s surrounded by lakes, streams, forests and belongs to least industrialized part of the country.
AM: What was your dream as a kid?
PK: As a child I travelled a lot with my parents. I was so impressed by some of the archeological sites that I started dreaming of becoming an archeologist but since I can remember, I really loved taking photos. My passion for seeing the world, discovering it and preserving images has been growing. Wherever we were going, I kept asking my parents to buy film for my camera. I had to bargain with them to get as many rolls of film as possible. I was immersing in the diversity of the world trying to capture unique moments of everything around me.
AM: How did you ...
My name is Mutita Suwannarit, I'm currently living in Bangkok, but I am originally from the the Kanchanaburi Provence of Thailand. Kanchanaburi is known for its many tourist attractions like the Burma Railway and the Erawan National Park. There is a lot of history in my hometown. I am a former tattoo artist, but decided on a career change to fashion. I manage a shop called 'To The Parking Lot’, we carry international fashions from Korea, Japanese and we also support local Thai designers. If I could have another career change, I’d like to be a DJ and play techno music. My style varies, but you’ll never see me in anything too feminine. I prefer black, graphic tee’s, hardware and oversized jackets. My style isn’t for everyone, but thats okay because I am happy to express my true identity through fashion. This makes me happy because my greatest adventure is to find my true self and to live my life authentically.
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