Models

I shoot for a specific demographic of customers.  I'm sorry, but my customers are not interested in tattoos, piercings, goth look, or bbw.  Also, to be blunt, my customers expect pretty models.  Do not contact me for booking if your "look" is not within my customer demographic.

I used to have a Model Call email-link on this site, but I've found that models who coldcall me either don't qualify for this type of modeling, or they don't show up for the shoot.  So I've removed the model contact form.  You can either have an agent reach me, or have a model who knows me send an email on your behalf.

The below information is for those who qualify for a shoot.

I'm based in the Los Angeles area (San Fernando Valley).  I am unable to pay for air fares and hotel rooms, and I cannot provide models' personal transportation around the city.

An introductory email should include:
* Model name
* Model's email address
* A quick rundown of model's experience levels regarding bondage modeling
* Clickable URL links directly to a public webpage or webpages displaying the model's image. No attachments.  No links to sites where the pictures are only in the member area.  State that the model still has the same "look" as what's in the photos.

Models who want to bring a companion, escort, bodyguard, or friend, read the COMPANION CODE OF CONDUCT below.  I'm not a hardliner, but every companion should follow those basic guidelines unless they're at a shoot and someone specifically indicates to them that they can behave more casually.

Photographers

I am now in my 40s and no longer actively modeling.  The newest photos of me on this site are from several years ago.

I'm sorry but I'm not looking to purchase material from other photographers.  I am the photographer for this website.

 

Webmasters

I'm not making content for others, selling my website content to others, or doing custom shoots for other sites.

I'm not looking to buy material.

If you are offering to redesign my site, will you do it for free?  lol.

If you're looking to exchange links, visit my links page and scroll down to Add URL.

 

The Companion Code of Conduct

1. When being scheduled, the model should inform the photographer if she plans to brings a companion.

2. When arriving at shoot, the companion should introduce themselves to the photographer.

3. The companion should find a spot that is out of the way and "settle in" for the duration of the shoot.  Bringing a book, laptop, or sitting on the porch making celphone calls, are good ways to help time pass.

4. The companion should avoid being in the work areas. This includes:

a. Do not hover in the models' bathroom/dressing area.

b. Do not hang around the photographer and talk to them while they are trying to get ready, or working on things between sets.

c. Do not remain in the shoot room during the shoot.

5. Between sets it is acceptable for the model to briefly check in with the companion.

6. If the model and companion take a cigarette break together, be careful that it does not drag out to be a long break.

If the photographer indicates directly to the model or companion that exceptions to the above are acceptable at a specific shoot, follow their lead.

 

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