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Jan 15, 2020
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Jan 31, 2007

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About Me

I am an erotic artist and photographer. I shoot primarily nudes. Landscapes are beautiful and out of doors is my favorite place to shoot, but unless there is an attractive naked body nicely placed in the shot I find them boring. The sun glancing off a naked body on a hillside covered in lush greenery and dotted by poppies with the ocean in the distance is far more intriguing than the same shot minus the body. In my opinion anyway.

I shoot women and couples mostly but I'm pretty open minded so I'm open to whatever grouping of humans you ascribe to. I'm not opposed to shooting people with their clothes on. As long, that is, as they are in the process of of stripping them off.

Over time I have developed my own style that is both raw and edgy. The imagery I seek to create is highly erotic, exploiting a palpable sense of sexual tension. Some have described some of my work as being full of angst. A darker edge that borrows much of its aesthetic from fetish attire and on occasion BDSM accessories. While bondage isn't my cup off tea (I prefer my partners to have their hands free.) in the real world I find the it makes for interesting imagery. Low lighting, high contrast, and heavily saturated color, are typical hallmarks of my work. 

I also enjoy experimenting with a particular style of body paint mixed from pigment made from ground pearl. This creates an iridescent almost metallic finish with amazingly bright color.

The examples placed in my portfolio are some of my more tame work. If your adventurous, comfortable with your body, and enjoy the thrill of being the camera's focus for an afternoon then let me know and we'll set something up. Although I am an amateur photographer I am extremely professional when shooting. I always keep a sense of humor as I believe if nothing else these shoots need to be fun for everyone. I love capturing that perfect image, and truly enjoy the energy between myself and the folks I'm shooting when things are really clicking. None of that magic happens unless the folks feel safe and comfortable. The camera is very perceptive and doesn't miss feelings of uncertainty in a subjects face and body language. As such it is of great importance to me to exhibit professionalism throughout the shoot and foster a fun, collaborative process that everyone takes ownership in, producing a product that everyone gets off on.

If this makes any sense to you then you are the next person I need to shoot. Contact me.

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