Orange-haired model type, frequently latex clad. Almost as frequently not clad at all. Also draws pictures. Wheee!
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Cover and pictoral for issue 7 of Licked Magazine, released today. They are giving away the digital version free for Xmas here.. http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/490156 ;)
My little pony. Ink/microns on bristol (12” x 16”). I’m selling the original ($300) and probably giclee prints will be available in a week or so. If anyone is interested please email me! email@example.com :)
We shot these at the Linda Vista Hospital; an absolutely amazing location I was previously unaware of but turns out is only 3 miles from where I live! This the same boiler room where A Nightmare on Elm Streetwas filmed. So cool! We spent a total of 5 hours there but could easily have been there all week and still not shot everywhere. There were so many rooms and areas it was hard to take it all in. They even have a fake morgue used for movies (the real one was locked up and not accessible to the public), which was one of the only places that was relatively clean and not covered in dust. Getting in and out of latex outfits without staining them with dirt was a challenge!
As you can possibly tell, one of the reasons I love shooting on location is the ability to climb around, hang off things and generally be a modelling monkey ;p
Just got a copy of the new High Gloss Dolls book from Goliath Publishing (thanks Goliath!). It was lovely to see I have 4 full page images inside! Though I was mildly surprised that all but one of them are from our most recent shoot a few months ago in Los Angeles. Katja Ehrhardt (the photographer and clothing designer behind High Gloss Dolls) is one of my longest running collaborators; our first shoot was in Hamburg, Germany in 2006 and we’ve shot together many times since. Actually thinking about it, every year since up to 2009! After that there was a break of a couple of years as I went travelling.
This is a selection of pics from a few those shoots in Hamburg and Berlin. We did a lot of lovely stuff with latex hoods too but I can’t seem to find them on the depths of my laptop! I was really excited when Katja told me she was visiting LA this year and we finally got to work together again. It’s interesting to look at the progression from our first work to the most current. I think most of them are still among my strongest work but I do see a change from me in terms of expression - I was less confident back then and I see the “unsureness” in my face. I feel like nowadays I most often look kinda fierce and regal (for want of a better word ><) whereas a lot of these are very soft and sweet despite the semi-nakedness! I wonder if I can try to recapture that in upcoming shoots! Just for a change :)
As well as the new book, a couple of the images from our most recent shoot are published in the 2013 High Gloss Dolls calendar (available HERE) and also on the flyer cover and event promo for this month’s Fetish Factory party. I’ve yet to attend one of their parties but I’m told they are one of the best in the USA, I guess somewhat equivalent to Torture Garden in the UK? Hoping to go to some next year though :)