I met Oliver. We were showing at the same gallery and we were friends and Oliver started this, his video a couple years ago and I have been always happy to be part of it. We all met at the Bedford Avenue at the second hand store, the Salvation Army, to pick out a dress for me and I think that broke some sort of ice that you know getting together and doing this project. We didn’t quite know where it was going to go, but I think the dress brought on some spirit in the whole production. Oliver is my director, my super director. I always called my Fellini or you know Scorsese but he is my main guy, so I tried to just get into it and follow his direction as best as I could. I feel it’s not even me in it, it’s just this character. There’s certain parts, I just breakout laughing.