Gretchen Pitluk Answers Five Questions
April 8, 2016 by Screenmag
In the latest installment of our popular feature, Gretchen Pitluk, post production supervisor at NoiseFloor, answers Five Questions with SCREEN.
SCREEN: Can you cook? If so, what's your go-to dish?
PITLUK: I can cook but I live a rather healthy lifestyle so a lot of my dishes are simple for the most part. Usually my go-to dish is ground lamb with Mediterranean type spices, sweet potato, and roasted veggies.
SCREEN: What's your guilty pleasure TV?
PITLUK: I'm more of a video game nerd so TV gets the back-burner most times, but I may or may not have binged watched FULLER HOUSE in one day and I've been pretty invested in the SyFy channel show called Z NATION.
SCREEN: What's your favorite place to spend a week? A weekend? Two weeks?
PITLUK: My favorite place to spend a weekend would have to be NYC--lots to do and it's just fun to walk around in general. Oh, and, of course, good food. As far as a week that would be up at my grandparents' house in Traverse City, MI---I grew up there and going back brings back memories. And two weeks long would have to be out in California at my dad's place-- I'm sure if I lived there I would have a different feeling about it, but visiting Cali puts me in a very relaxed and calming state. Plus, there's lots of sunshine :)
SCREEN: What's your favorite gadget?
PITLUK: Inspector Gadget. But if you're going for an even more techie gadget, I do enjoy my coin card quite a bit.
SCREEN: What's your favorite American city? Foreign city?
PITLUK: I have a feeling I'll get a lot of crap for saying this considering I live in Chicago buuuut, I am absolutely in love with New York. I love the vibe there and the overall city, plus my favorite coffee shop is there and they have the best almond croissants--maybe that's why I keep going back to the city...JUST for those. As far as my favorite Foreign city, I haven't been there, but I have a feeling I would adore Paris.
SCREEN: What are you looking forward to about the summer?
PITLUK: In no particular order: Flip-flops, Oberon, and sundresses.