You can absolutely judge people by the way they choose to present themselves, and although you can't be completely accurate in your judgment, you can discern lots of information. And we all do, whether we're conscious of it or not. My tendency to deconstruct people with just one look is a defense mechanism, and although I don't really need one at this point in my life, it's not easy to shake the things you grew up with. ... I recently went through my work to put some things together for an art show, and I was struck by how frequently I've drawn the image of the back of a guy's head walking through a city. I've drawn it over and over again, and I can't think of another artist who's drawn that image. I guess I draw the back of the head because it's more anonymous, nonconfrontational and fearful."