I'm a photographer in Brooklyn. you name it, I shoot it. Likes: coffee, dirty polaroids, nsfw, naked people doing naked stuff and things that go vroom. I can be found mostly in NYC/LA but have camera, will travel.
In full honesty, when I first asked myself the question of ‘How far do we still have to go?’, I did not imagine Black trans women in the ‘we’. It was an afterthought. That’s how bias works.from Issue 001 LIVE
Some of the most poignant explorations of humanity happen between us - human to human, with our own bodies as the first frontier.from Issue 003 EXPLORE
Exploration is one of the greatest sources of human delight. No matter how kinky or experienced you are, there's always something new to explore.from Issue 003 EXPLORE
The sex was AMAZING but as soon as I moved to Los Feliz that dick disappeared.from Issue 005 BI-COASTAL
Sunny LA to brooding New York. Dressing up in shiny latex to taking off a simple bra. We've expanded our range, geographically and topically.from Issue 005 BI-COASTAL
As a provider, I have the privilege to be able to bring multiple aspects of my true self into my work, while still enjoying the dalliances of fantasy.from Issue 006 MOSTLY NON-BINARY
Mostly gender neutral. Our non-binary focused issue. If you're familiar with the term you might recognize some faces. If you aren't, you soon will.from Issue 006 MOSTLY NON-BINARY
These were things I excitedly disclosed to my friends. I had trouble envisioning why so many people found sex work so bizarrely revolting.from Issue 008 WOMEN ON TOP
What we left on the editing room floor: Me fiddling with the manual exposure knob for 20 minutes while wondering what the precise technical definition of sundown is. (Every single second of the sex footage remains intact.)
But I couldn’t dig up any explicit videos from the hotel—before or after its abandonment. So I had to have sex in it. And it had to be on camera.