I'm going through a fresh personal assessment of my process and it's results.
"I shoot nudes. I'm not interested in any sort of authentic representation. Most of the time that means I'm going to use a camera to lie"
That's the line I used to lead with here in my bio, it's not bad as far as things go. I still think that it's a fair description of what I've been doing all this time - though of late I've become more and more disturbed by the blatant sexual objectivity that I've ended up producing. I like naked folks, that's the just the way it is, but I DO NOT WANT TO PROMOTE sexualized degradation. That turns out to be a trickier line to walk.
I'm trying to think on how I can make this work.
I feel like it's going to take some time, I'll get back to on it.
I enjoy working with models that are comfortable, experimental and strongly confident in their bodies. I'm interested in establishing relationships that will be mutually beneficial and not simply exploitive - I want you to shrug out of your knickers and feel afterwards like it was a good idea and not just another waste of time.
1) I use release forms - you'll need to bring valid ID.
2) Right now I'm offering time in trade.
3) I like to have a quick face to face meet before we start.
4) I really would prefer to work with you alone, however I'm flexible.