COL: What is your general vision as an artist?
PC: To hopefully be and create the change I want to see.
COL: What motivates you (main inspiration/muse)?
PC: The girls and women around me.
COL: Why did you choose this particular artistic medium?
PC: It's a way for me to tell a story - to capture an exact moment that won't exist again.
COL: What is your idea of the perfect piece of art?
PC: Something that makes you want to die.
COL: What - in your opinion - is the main difference between fashion and art?
PC: There isn't really a difference when both a practiced properly (without greed).
COL: What is your definition of beautiful?
PC: Whatever isn't. Pimples, lines, curves, cracks, etc.
COL: Is there a message to be read from your work, politically or otherwise? PC: My only hope is that it can empower women in any way.
COL: How has digital media opened up creative possibilities for you as an artist?
PC: It has allowed me to have a much greater platform, to not have to go through the archaic art system to do and create things.
COL: What is your greatest extravagance?
PC: Food- I spend way too much on it.
COL: What is your motto?
PC: Chill the fuck out
COL: What other artistic field would you like to excel in?
PC: I would love to really get into film making.
COL: How would you describe your signature style?
PC: I think saturated colors and dramatic angles.
COL: What do you consider your greatest achievement?
PC: When I don't hate myself.
COL: Where do you pull your references?
COL: What is uncontaminated to you?
PC: Not polluted by fakeness.