Photography Emma Jane Richards
Tristan, 31, Hendon, London
How was the shoot?
Very good, thanks! I had a lot of fun. As you can see, it was a good chance to splash about.
Why did you decide to do it?
It’s something I’ve always fancied doing – I guess I’m just a bit of an exhibitionist.
You’re a DJ. What’s your favourite music to deliver to your audience, right now?
I love all kinds of music – there’s not many genres I wouldn’t play, but right now I’m most feeling what I would term cosmic disco – electronic, spacey stuff, the sort of thing that sounds great in the open air in the summer.
And what would you not let them know you liked in a million years?
Haha! A guy in a shop recently questioned my sanity when I bought a Demis Roussos record. Demis Roussos made a couple of great but obscure disco tunes in the late 70s, notably I dig you. Though I have played some out, I imagine the audience didn’t twig who it was at the time, because I wasn’t bottled off.
Have you ever had a threesome?
Ha! Yes, I have, both kinds! I think with threesomes it’s all about balance and whether the people involved are enough into each other to make it not awkward. I’ve had some fun though, I have to say!
The shower scene is very sexy. Water is set to be an increasingly scarce commodity in the coming decades. Should water be a human right or would paying for it encourage us to value it?
That’s a very good question! I suppose an ideal solution would be that we should be allocated a certain amount of free water, enough for cleaning, bathing, cooking and drinking, and be charged when we use over that amount.
Finally, what’s for breakfast?
I used to live in Wales, and there was a great café in Aberystwyth that did a ‘vegetarian mega breakfast’. I don’t really do breakfast by halves – it’s one of the three most important meals of the day!
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