What’s your job?
“I recently ran away from Thornfield Hall, where I served as governess…wait, that’s Jane Eyre. I’m a marketer/writer/thinker for hire; my last gig was at the Minnesota Film & TV Board. Closeted screenwriter.”
Other than your job, what are your claims to fame?
“Generally, just being awesome. More specifically, I put a lot of time into Not Shallow, an examination of everyday minutia. Also, I made a sweet coffee table from an old chicken coop.”
What’s your relationship status?
Where are you most likely to be seen?
“The Uptown and Lagoon Theatres, Arc’s Value Village, Mancini’s, the Mississippi River dog park, anywhere there’s a tribute band playing. Wherever Walking Shadow Theatre Company is putting on their latest production.”
Where are you most likely to not be seen?
“I don’t do well in most downtown bars. I have also been accused of not spending enough time in St. Paul.”
With what people are you most likely to be seen?
“My husband, Keith Pille. My friend Ellen Gormican, who is also generally awesome, and the ladies from Trashy Book Club.”
Where were you born?
What neighborhood do you live in now?
“Kingfield in South Minneapolis.”
What’s your ride?
“I so wish I could say a 1980 Cadillac Seville but it’s actually a Kia, a Mazda, or a bike. Sigh.”
What’s the best way for someone to start a conversation with you?
“I tend to be introverted, so if someone goes out of their way to talk to me, I’ll respond to just about anything. Right now I’d really like to talk about the TV show Dallas, Charlene Tilton, the Oscars, Diana Vreeland, or the Egyptian uprising.”
Photo courtesy Fritz the German hand puppet