I'm a creative. I don't talk about this a lot but I also play music; you could give me almost any instrument and within a certain amount of time I'd be able to master it. I've played piano, clarinet and I collect records... My father plays the saxophone and harmonica. So music is very much part of what I do. Besides that, I think like a storywriter. Last year, for example, I held a show for my son because he turned one year old and I wanted to celebrate his life – so I wrote a story. My wife, who's doing a PHD in linguistics at UCT, helped me edit it. If you look at all the artworks that I've done since 2015, they're actually part of one big narrative.
I'm quite good at directing too because I've worked in high-end fashion here in South Africa. I was also a radio DJ during university, and while I was there I used to host events with my wife and some friends – we'd bring together local skaters, basketball players, poets, MCs and breakdancers. We did this once every four months, for six years. It's not about trying to put myself in any sort of box, because as soon as I do that, it's like saying "this is the only direction I can go".