Sunday, February 21, 2010

Rope n Rubber

Another crazy weekend over and I'm so pleased and exhausted! On Saturday I spent four intense hours in bondage and ball-gags for Ken's Clips4Sale site. We did three scenarios; I played the part of a taunting real estate agent, a prudish lingerie model and a nasty dominatrix. After being mean to whoever I was dealing with, I would be approached by the victim, tied up and gagged, then teased and finally abandonned, unable to wriggle free! If you'd like to see the videos, check out Ken's store where they will soon be available.

Today I had a very productive shoot with Chase (Illumination Forge). We shot three latex sets, my military outfit, a cute pin-up set and a very cool final shoot involving fur and cigarettes. Chase was wonderful to work with and I really hope we can collaborate in the future, the sets will be available on Zivity and perhaps Gods Girls, as well as my website. I'm also considering having a few prints up for sale. My hairstlist for the day was Melissa, she did an absolutely beautiful job and I would definately recommend her.

Below are a few stills from the first video, I'm also able to do custom sets/videos, so feel free to contact me with your ideas!

Friday, February 19, 2010


I'm incredibly restless at the moment. My new hair colour, the ability to travel again, recent financial gain from selling a lot of old wardrobe and paid shoots and fashion's sadistic ability to make these I really want just when I could conceivably have them are all swirling around me like little clouds.

I didn't even realise I had a spike fascination until a few weeks ago. First there was the stud sweater by Asish on the Topshop website, a cruel mix of my favourite object (grey jumpers are my happy place) and tough hedgehog-like details. Then I noticed the damn things everywhere, on headbands, bags, the shoes at Kurt Geiger are so tough and menacing I'd be shy to take them home to show my mother! Even Mother of London has produced a spiked shoulder piece that would be oh-so-easy to wear over a grey t-shirt to say "I am fierce, don't mess with me, I'm ultra chic and dangerous at the same time. I'm a dinosaur!". Add to that the quilted patent suitcase at RiverIsland that I know would be perfect to trundle along to shoots, and I'm practically in pain.

What is a girl to do?

Luckily, my birthday is coming up and I'm hoping a few good friends and well-rehearsed relatives will take pity on me and help co-fund my obsession. If all else fails, I will simply purchase a video camera and whore myself out on Clips4sale bursting bubbles and pie-facing myself until I can afford all the spiny treasures my heart desires :)

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Leather and hair

My week is going pretty amazingly. I worked with Michael Sanville on Tuesday on his coffee-table book project, we have planned further photographic exploits for the near future. His house is incredible, I keep meaning to take a photo of the view. He lives at the top of one of the hills overlooking Hollywood, it's so beautiful and serene. I keep asking him to shoot me nude on his balcony!

The next day I had a really cool shoot with Karen Hsiao. After she'd put me in one of her antique Chinese chairs and covered me in baby oil, she placed a Louis Fleischauer (AMF) leather mask on my head and the rest if going to be gallery history. Her current project will be shown in Japan, it's pretty cool to think my naked, leather-faced image will be on display on the other side of the world to be stared at and hopefully, sold.

Today was also a good day for several reasons, I sold two of my old corsets and got a package in the post from the wonderful Suicide Dreams. We'd been discussing the possibility of an orange and yellow dread-wig with bangs, and sure enough, today it arrived. I can't wait to shoot it (and the wicked little eye patch and ring that came with it), hopefully on Monday after my shoot with Victoria Vertuga and Antiseptic Fashion.

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Art's a tart

The last few days have been ridiculously busy. I worked with Natlight Studios and Michael Walker in a beautiful studio in downtown LA on Friday for about 8 hours of fine art nudes, then did anther full day with Lauren WK and a few other girls at a Bondage and Fetish Workshop on Saturday.

Shooting with a load of kinky, rubber clad girls reminded me that it's time to purchase some new latex, as there can never be enough of it in my wardrobe and I've had a few items on my wish list that now need to be a reality. Gorgeous, shiny, lubed up photo shoots can then naturally follow suit!

The red hair is proving to be rather popular, and I am certainly happier now it's a little darker and more intense. I've got lots of new ideas and inspiration for images now that I'm very excited about.

Finally, I'm going to shoot some DID work this week, the video footage will be available on clips4sale. If you want to see me struggling in bondage in my stockings and heels, I suggest you keep an eye out!

Sunday, February 7, 2010

New York Cheesecake

I was very excited to have Miss Anna Evans come to stay over the weekend. We got up to all sorts of naughtiness, including a steamy sauna girl-on-girl set, shopping for new outfits in Hollywood and clubbing in some seriously hot latex.

Besides shooting with my new favourite model, I've been enjoying life as a redhead! On Thursday, my good friend Jason Becker coloured my hair a gorgeous red/copper shade and I'm really pleased with the results. I'm going to go a little darker and more intense on Monday, as I want something with more impact, and I'm looking forward to posting new pictures and re-vamping my portfolio with my new look.

In case you were interested, these were snapped just before we headed out on Saturday, my latex leopard print girdle is by HW Design, Anna is wearing Vex.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010


Today I started my home laser hair removal treatment. The wicked little device was lent to me by my good friend Jim (Natlight Studios). Hair free underarms and bikini area for life? How could I resist?

Unfortunately, resisting has become very easy. The Tria Device works by emitting a small laser, which is accompanied by the sensation of a hot needle poking you in the skin, over and over again, in your most sensitive areas. After about 30 minutes of bracing myself, doing a few quick pulses, and shaking from the pain, I'm having difficulty imagining how I'm going to finish what I've started.

I'm no wuss. I enjoy pain, and can be found giggling and sub-spacing from caning, beating, paddling and so on. But this is a completely different animal! Still, I am determined to finish my treatment (twice a month for 3 months, then once a month until everything is gone) and will hopefully look back on this experience as being worth it. For those interested, the Tria Device costs about $800 and is a lot cheaper than going to a Laser Hair Removal Clinic, but takes longer due to being weaker and smaller, and doesn't come with numbing cream. I'd really like Tria to make numbing cream.

After a frantic message to Jim, I was informed that because I'm so pale, the lowest setting is probably enough for me and I should get good enough results alternating between low and medium. I continued in mild to low discomfort, and will continue to update with my success rate or lack thereof.