Saturday, September 20, 2014


Nothing in life prepares you for the passage of time.

One of the greatest crimes of the cosmos is lack of perspective. They say that life is a learning experience, but what's the point of learning if, in the process, you're robbed of the opportunity to make use of it? I wish I could go back in time, knowing everything I know now - about myself and everything else - having all the experience I've so far accumulated. I wish I could communicate with myself from an earlier age. I don't think I ever would have guessed that I'd be the person I am now, but I often think that if I had been surer of myself at a younger age, I could have accomplished so much more. I've spent so much of my life being afraid. And that's one thing that still hasn't changed.

From the very start, my work as a [self-]portrait artist has always been to express myself - not just bodily and physically, but thoughtfully as well. It has been a medium of communication between me and a world in which I am often too timid to speak up. I have never been just a model - just a body in an image, displayed on a screen - I have been a model and a person. And my self-portraits are also portraits of my personality, and my lifestyle, and my beliefs - not necessarily by capturing my day-to-day experiences, like the myriad snapshots that turn up on Facebook - but by demonstrating my inner life, which, as an introvert, has always been far more important to me. I would hope that anyone, upon viewing these photographs, would see the depth in them and recognize them as being something so much more than just "dirty pictures".


  1. I don't think you have anything to worry about on this point. At all.

  2. Glad to hear it. I hope you're right.

  3. I just wanted to make a few comments on your photos. They're very interesting in a number of ways.

    I love your contrapposto pose in photo 1. It looks so natural, and I like the flowing lines. You really show how the human body is a thing of beauty. The setting is interesting, too – at the front door, with the door ajar.

    Photo 2 is exciting – I always enjoy seeing a hard cock, especially in a "normal" setting like this. It must have really felt good. I like the outdoors visible through the window, and can't help but think that it would have been cool if a person or two had been walking by, unaware of this beautiful erection just a few feet away, lol.

    Photo 6 is powerful. What a pose, and what an impressive erection. Very hot. Nice lighting too.

    I like photo 7 too. You always look so cute in that dress! It shows off your legs so well.

    Photo 8 is really quite intriguing. What an interesting "foursquare" stance, as opposed to your more usual contrapposto pose. The lighting is mysterious, and of course your hard cock looks so nice and natural. What with your stance, the lighting, and your long hair this photo makes me think of a neanderthal, albeit a gracile and smooth one, but a strong primitive man in his cave nonetheless. Very interesting.

    Photo 9 is interesting too because as a straight male I'm attracted by your posture and long hair. If you were a woman I would take that as an invitation, and one I wouldn't refuse, lol.

    Keep up the good work. I enjoy your work on all levels, both sexual and artistic, and I don't think there's a contradiction in that.

    Best wishes.

  4. Thanks for the comments! I always appreciate getting feedback and hearing what fans think of my photos - especially if it's anything that goes beyond a simple "great", or "you're hot", lol.

    Some of these pictures (like the first two in particular) are perfect examples of how I like to mix body cues with situational cues to create deeper images, that hopefully trigger the erotic impulse on a pure physical level, but also on a more psychological level, too.

    And then of course others serve a great example of how I like to mix gender cues in my photography. Anything to keep viewers on their toes!

    I love your comment about the primitive man in the cave. Without consciously thinking about it, that's really what that image is all about. I think the lighting was fantastic in that spot.

  5. Thanks so much for your feedback.

    After reading your comments I realize I've been reacting to your mix of body and situational cues all along, without actually putting it in so many words. Putting an object, especially a sexual object like an erection, in an unexpected situation or location can jar the viewer and trigger an erotic response. That has certainly been my experience.

    Similarly, I've often enjoyed the mix of gender cues in your photos. I sometimes find myself a bit confused by my reaction, but in a pleasant way.

    I agree with you that techniques like these create more depth, additional levels, to your photography.