by November 22, 2019
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Model Viridian Vixen Interview Photographer Bad Kitty Bondage Viridian Vixen: Setting the tone of this interview... I'm listening to Tom Waits, "Kiss Me" and smoking a little White Fire #5 Above all else, I'm an artist. I aim to make you feel. To make you think. To make you take a hard look at your soul...To make you question. Urge you not to settle for the mediocre. I want you to look at my photos, read the words chosen with them, and really experience it. Art, with a touch of glamour. I want ...
by November 22, 2019
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Model Nova Amour Interview Photographer AJ Moksha Nova Amour: My work isn't built around a concept; it is not built around a social statement or a single intention. My work is simply a reflection of my love for creating art. I gravitate towards nude work because I cannot hide behind clothes, it is just me in my truest form. My nudity is not sexual, it is honest. My nudity is innocent and merely there. I suggest that as my work is viewed to not look at my nudity, but rather look at my art. FE...
by November 22, 2019
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Model Dakota Snow Interview Facebook: Dakota Snow Photographer Matt Evans Dakota Snow: As a model I seek to inspire passion and creativity in the people I work with. I use modeling as a creative outlet and consider myself an artist and muse. I seek to create images that are striking, sensual, empowering, thought-provoking, disturbing, bizarre, unique, authentic, and/or a host of other exciting adjectives. I love working with people and concepts that challenge me and help me to grow as a perso...
by November 22, 2019
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Model Pure Rebel Interview Photographer Jorge Kreimer Pure Rebel: Modeling is an expression of repressed feelings for me, as I was raised in a very strict and oppressive environment. The ability to articulate beauty and art through the lines of my body and emotions on my face has allowed me to transcend from a superficial shell of a girl to a strong, empowered woman. I strive to inspire others who suffer insecurities and oppression by sharing my modeling work with the world. FETFAN: How did...
by November 22, 2019
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Model Tori Mai Interview Photographer Dark Matter Images Tori Mai: I have been modelling for 11 years now,and I just adore having the ability to force individual to look twice at my art. I magnatise toward most arts but I gather most enjoyment from being part of the incredible art I have so far been part of. FETFAN: How did you get started with modeling and how long have you been in the industry? Tori Mai: I first started on the fetish scene eleven years ago, I was at the time dancing profe...
by November 22, 2019
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Model Amber Marie Interview Photographer Chuck Majors FETFAN: How did you get started with modeling and how long have you been in the industry? Amber Marie: Modeling has always been something I've kept in the back of my mind. I've always loved photography and being in front of the camera. After a series of events that happened, I decided to pursue modeling. I've only been in this industry for under a year at this point . FETFAN: Your work definitely stands out, how did you decide or how di...
by November 22, 2019
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Photographer Mike Tyger Interview FETFAN: How did you get started with Photography and how long have you been a photographer for? Mike Tyger: I have had some type of camera taking photos ever since I was young. I would say seriously photographing people for about 5 years though. FETFAN: What type of camera do you shoot with? Mike Tyger: Currently a Nikon D800 as my main body. FETFAN: If you had to choose one lens to work with which one would it be and why? Mike Tyger: Usually, my 24-7...
by November 22, 2019
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Markus Gollner Interview Markus: I love it to work with models and other creative people to have them transformed into a new and unique entity. Based on that I employ various elements to create an image which is surreal, crazy and provocative. No pleasant, flowerish, softedged art. I like to challenge borders and push them a bit further. I want the viewer to stop, talk, think and interact with the creative process. Even if they disagree and don´t like what they see, there is a reaction. But o...
by November 22, 2019
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Amy Marie Interview Amy Marie: When I graduated with my BFA in photography in 2007, I had no idea what I wanted to do, so I did what I was told to. When I went to college, it was because my family expected it. I got a job like everyone else and I gave up on my art. It's like the world was saying, "It's time to be an Adult now!" I was conditioned my entire life to do what was expected of me. The minute that I stepped out of the box that was created for me, I was quickly reprimanded so I stoppe...
by November 22, 2019
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Photographer Cyanide Mishka Photographer/model Cyanide Mishka Cyanide Mishka: Photography for me is just a playground, one dreamworld I had to create. Each image is a different story and an inner contradiction. Just like in dreams the lines easily blur. Innocence turns into sin, pain becomes pleasure, darkness emerges into light. Dreams are not always easy and enjoyable either, they could turn nightmares in a flash. It doesn't matter to me as long as I'm able to transmit the sensation and hop...