KP - Kris PlayerWardrobe Stylist Male Springfield, Massachusetts, US My MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/krisplayer
Mayhem # 78882
A longtime practitioner of bondage rigging, I've only had a few chances to work with professional models and photographers. Thus far, fate has not allowed this to blossom into a career, so I work in a hospital, doing the rest of the world some good and keeping my binding proclivities somewhat underground. Still, I'd like to rig professionally, at least on occasion, and find some time to continue the writing that I've also become known for. Yes, I've got two books published of bondage erotica, but that's not what I'm here for.
I find myself in an interesting position here. Models connect with photographers and photogs connect with models. In my case, being neither a model or photographer, I need to connect with both. I am, therefore, dependant upon photographers and models both wanting to utilize my talents.
I say I'm not a model, however it's clear that I have appeared in certain photos. I have no problem with signing a model release and appearing with the main model, but I know I'm not the star. My job is to help in the artistry of the shoot. And I believe that if the model really enjoys herself, the photos and/or video will come out great. Also, if a model enjoys the shoot, she's more likely to return for another shoot, helping to continue the business. I just think that makes sense.
The pictures I have thus far displayed are of a model who is now retired. Her husband was the photographer for the project and I think he did a terrific job. Since the model is now valuing her privacy to protect her family, I will not show any pictures that could identify her, which greatly limits what shots I can display here (Lord knows there are many others I'd love to show off). One of the shots here that sort of shows her face has been photoshopped to create a "blindfold" to artfully mask her eyes.
Okay, since writing this I've uploaded a couple more pics of this model, and in one I've photoshopped a crude black rectangle over her upper face. It's really too bad that she retired as she was so professional and fun to work with. I'd love to work with her again.
By the way, whether good or bad, I always appreciate people leaving comments. Go ahead. I can take it.