Hanuk is a photographer and artist, and can often be found capturing himself laying kisses on the cheeks of his fabulous friends at events and openings throughout NYC, selfie-style of course. (Photo: Billy Farrell/BFAnyc.com)

What would the title of your autobiography be?
“I’m Still Alive?”

What can’t you travel without and why?
iPhone. No explanation needed.

If you could choose one person to show you “their New York City,” who would it be and why?
Diane von Furstenberg. Uptown, downtown, the past and the present, I think she must have seen and done some amazingly exciting stuff.

What or who has inspired you recently, and why?
A curator from a museum. How he looked at art was fascinating and amazing… like a child who’s so excited with a simple thing like ice cream.  You would think he would be like “Oh, I’ve seen this before.”

What are your favorite NYC restaurants, and what do you order there?
Many… I order martinis.

What are some of your favorite NYC brunch spots, and what do you order when you go?
Many… I order martinis.

Where do you get your art fix in NYC?
I go to the ACRIA auction… about 10 years ago, I purchased art by Gary Hume, Jeff Koons and Cecily Brown there and recently Nate Lowman. How lucky am I?

What music are you listening to these days, and who are some of your favorite musicians?
I still listen to music I grew up with in the 80’s.  The Smiths, Siouxsie, Depeche Mode, Pet Shop Boys, Madonna (80’s), R.E.M., etc.

What album or song would you consider your personal soundtrack to NYC?
No joke…Frank Sinatra’s theme song from New York, New York.