March 3, 2022 10Qs with Marion Brown, Copywriter
The internet is vast. What’s your happy place?
Disney+’s Pixar section. Amazing stories from incredible storytellers.
What’s your idea of a perfect meal?
The ones cooked together. That and a glass of exceptional vino (or whiskey, depending on who I’m eating with).
Which fictional or historical character do you most relate to?
Alice in Wonderland.
Who is your hero? (dead or alive)
My mom! She’s an incredible woman, and I’m so lucky to be able to call her my mama.
Imagine that every type of creature, real or imaginary, is tameable. What would you bring home?
Funny to get this question because I’m literally watching How to Train Your Dragon right now…so, I think by default, my answer must be a dragon. BUT, if I’m being honest, it would be a phoenix.
You receive an all-access pass to one city. Where do you go?
Hogsmeade from Harry Potter. I want to be greedy and get an all-access pass to their entire world, but really, that key comes in the form of a letter.
Technology makes Westworld-style theme parks a reality. What “world” would you buy a ticket to?
A futuristic utopia. I’d love to visit a place where technology feels seamless and where nature plays a superior role in how we construct our cities and communities.
You’re granted a 25th hour every day. What do you do with it?
I’d spend it learning something new every day.
Whether or not you knew it at the time, at which moment in your life did you make the most pivotal decision?
I want to say “now” because a decision can change everything at any moment, but that kind of seems like a cop-out. Coming to LA on a one-way ticket with nothing but a suitcase and my dog was a big decision in my life. I’ll say that one.
Under-the-radar recommendation. What do you love that more people should? (Movie, book, artist, podcast, restaurant, etc.)
The Kybalion/Hermetic Philosophy. So many works and life ideologies have derived from these seven principles. Also, the book, Reality is Broken, is about how games could solve the world’s biggest problems. It’s incredibly thought-provoking.