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Jeselyn from Jeselynonline.com talks about our shoot for actor Danny Trejo!
Check out my video interview at RAW Boston!
My third book is out now!
Pick up Envy Girl Magazine's Special Edition featuring Blu Jess as shot by me.
I like bright colors, punk rock, strong coffee, comic books, eighties music videos, a good English ale, crappy 35mm film cameras, high contrasts, film grain, minimal editing, on-location shooting, and collaborating with interesting people with a point of view.
I don't like tardiness, escorts who think they're directors, models with only one facial expression, tardiness, HDR, studio shooting, too much reliance on Photoshop, 'film is dead' talk, a girl without an opinion, and finally tardiness.
If you have a personality, a sense of humor, and a sense of rhythm, you'll probably really have fun working with me.
I encourage you to check my references with the people I have worked with in the past. Well behaved escorts are always welcome at any of my shoots.
If you flake on a shoot (i.e. No call/No show) you are immediately black-listed. No second chances. I don't care that your grandma died for the third time, your car broke down again, or your dog escaped and hijacked a bus full of nuns. Your deciding to not show on time or call to say you're late or not coming is a serious sign of disrespect and I don't want to work with you. I give every model my phone number before a shoot. Use it.
Here's my Facebook fan page
My work has been seen in the book Eco Salon
, Envy Magazine
& Envy Girl Magazine
& Envy Girl Magazine
, Toyfare Magazine,The Guardian Guide
, Patriot Girls 2009 Calendar, Hollybelly's "Long Road" music video
, all across the interwebz at sites like Geek Girls
, Topless Robot
, Jeselyn Online
, Cosplay Deviants
, Rockin Bones
, Kink Magazine Blog
, Symbiote Studios
, Peril Unlimited
, The Consumerist
, fIXE Magazine x2
, INKspirational Words
, Dangerous Dolls
, Indigo Fiasco
and in a number of upcoming books that may or may not ever actually get published.
"The word 'art' is very slippery. It really has no importance in relation to one's work. I work for the pleasure, for the pleasure of the work, and everything else is a matter for the critics." -Manuel Alvarez Bravo