Well hello neighbor. On today's program we're hitting on all our favorites: some woods, some abandoned places, some familiar faces, some new faces, and plenty of booties. Let's get in to it. Our first set up is a little cosplay action with the lovely Sarah Seraine. Sarah and I had been discussing doing a little character action with Sarah as Holo The Wise Wolf. I'm not so deep in to anime that I knew who this was but when she told me that Holo is naked most of the time I was on board. Of course Switzer Falls was the way to go for this shoot and I think there's a lot of fun shots here but nude and clothed.
Next I headed deep in to the heart of Orange County to shoot with the returning Fablechan! Fablechan and I had a wonderful shoot last year and had been meeting to get together again for a while but just couldn't work out the timing until now partially due to the distance. I offered to make my way to her neck of the woods where she showed me some really killer little spots she had found. We had a wonderful day with lots of laughs. Fablechan is a really imaginative model. She spends a lot of time cosplaying at conventions so I think when we shoot together it's almost as if she's cosplaying as herself. Towards the end we got in to some real magic making (plus boobs).
Up next I think you'll really love this new multi-muse set as Miss Chaos meets The Spritely One. Miss Chaos and I first met in the fetish scene when she was a dominatrix. She's been slowly shedding herself of a lot of her fetish wear including some killer latex pants that she wanted to gift to Sprite. Sprite being so wonderfully friendly suggested we all shoot together. The three of us made our way to the abandoned Nike Missile Site (a favorite location of mine) and had some real fun. The two of them had a really fun chemistry together and though everyone was exhausted at the end, I think it was fully worth it. With this shoot The Spritely One is quickly becoming one of the most multi-muse-set models.
Lastly I'm really excited about this new muse by the name of Erin McBeane. Erin and I had been following each other on social media for a bit before finally deciding to shoot together being big fans of each other. We met at her studio space on the edge of downtown. Our artistic chemistry was off the charts shooting all over her space and then heading out in to the world where found our mutual love of street art and abandoned places including an abandoned burger joint in Boyle Heights. Erin is really a truly exceptional human being and expect to see many sets from the two of us to come!