Clémence Poésy for Pablo - Press KitPh. by Christophe Roué

I.M. Pei’s house for his family in Westchester County

Jean-François Zevaco

Anonymous said: What would your music playlist be for your wedding if you were planning for one within the next 5 or so months?

Heeh, you should hire me as your DJ ;-)

Anonymous said: Hi TK. I just came home recently after having spent around a month in San Francisco and New York, and I feel a severe urge to go back immediately. I'd really like to see Los Angeles and Portland next time I go, and here comes my question for you: In New York and San Francisco, I found it quite easy to get around using the public transportation or simply walk. As I don't have a driver's license, I am rather curious about how easy it is to get around in Los Angeles without a car?

Hi there! I don’t have a driver’s license but didn’t have any problems in terms of getting around in Los Angeles without a car. I took the metro as far east or west as possible and then I walked or took a lyft/uber. One of my friends in LA who lives downtown doesn’t have a car. He sold it years ago but takes the metro and uses the bus system in conjunction with lyfts every day. He told me that it’s cheaper anyway and he doesn’t have to be stuck in traffic all day. With a car you need car insurance and funds for gas and parking etc, and in the long run getting lyfts or ubers appears to be cheaper. 

Anonymous said: I'm a 21-year-old girl who has never before played an instrument, but i wish to change that. Which instrument would you learn to play, if you were in my position?

The piano. I believe it’s easier to learn to play the piano when you’re older. Speaking from experience, I enjoy teaching older students because they learn so much faster and master the technique right away.