At the beginning of every year, I like to go back through the photography I produced during the previous year, and pick out a handful of the best of my nude and erotic shots, to showcase in the gallery on my personal website. But it occurs to me that this year is the first in which some of those shots have not been posted anywhere else before now. So, if you've been curious what I've been up to in the past several months, you can find out at my gallery. You know you want to take a look.
2013 was a significant year for me, because it marked my departure from the photo sharing website flickr. As I explained this past May, flickr played an integral role in my development as an erotic photographer, and it has been a large part of my life ever since 2008, when its community inspired me to participate in the 365 project, which sparked my passion for erotic photography. But recent changes have made the website pretty much unusable for me, so I took advantage of that opportunity to shake things up in my photo sharing routine.
Since then, I've been spending a lot of time on two very different websites. The first is deviantART, where I'm taking the time to post a bunch of my old photos from flickr, in the hopes of expanding my fanbase and garnering new attention to my photography. Their rules prohibit any kind of explicitly sexual imagery, which puts a significant clamp on the photos I can upload there, but they do allow non-sexual nudity, and it features (at least ostensibly) a community that respects art.
The other website I've been frequenting is XTube. As I mentioned here, I followed up my Daily Nudes photography project with a similar video project (that I actually completed!) but I've held off on posting any of those videos, because they're basically porn. But XTube is the perfect site for that, and what's even better, it gives me an opportunity to monetize my work, which is something I've sorely needed to do for a while. So do go and check that out if you want to see my hot, naked body in motion.
In the meantime, I've continued shooting photography - how could I stop? Some of it I've posted right here on this blog, and as I told you above, a bunch of it just went on my website. So if you're a fan of my work on flickr (or anywhere else), and you miss my posts on that website and are curious what I'm up to these days, definitely bookmark this blog, and check my website every so often for updates. And in the meantime, I invite you to keep an eye on my XTube profile - new material is being added daily!