Wednesday, May 31, 2006


It's been brought to my attention that mentioned me. Cool! I'm very flattered.

Now I feel guilty for not having checked it in a while...

Monday, May 29, 2006

Updated Website

The pictures I just added earlier today are now on my website in MUCH better quality. Check 'em out.

New Work, The Sequel

These are my favorites from the shoot yesterday. I'll see if I can get them on the website sooner rather than later--I owe my webmistress cookies. I am absolutely in love with "Always Tip Housekeeping." The next time the housekeeper passed our window, she put her hand next to her face so she couldn't see in. Good times. But I really like all these shots. They were such a great couple!

(I'm not really sure why the grain is so pronounced. It was pretty mild when I fiddled with it before....)

Sunday, May 28, 2006

New Work

I had a shoot today. Cute couple--very goofy. I'm too lazy to do lots of editing tonight, but I'll see if I can post some shots in the next day or two. I have a feeling I didn't get too many solo shots, but I got some cool progression/action shots. I want to get one of those frames with a series of 5-6 spaces for 4"x6" photos and just have a series of shots of this couple having sex. It's like twisted stop-animation!

Saturday, May 27, 2006

"Best Women's Erotica 2007" is now officially on Whee!

Saturday, May 20, 2006

Nerve Mag Entries

Nerve Magazine ( is a fan of photography. They have an amazing database of mini galleries from certain artists (including, ahem, me), and they feature new galleries every Friday. They also have monthly themed photo competitions, themes like "take a sexy picture of someone only wearing flip-flops" or "take a sexy picture of someone cleaning their bathroom". I don't usually do that kind of thing, but first prize gets $500, and second and third get $100 each, so it's worth a shot. Anyway, this month's theme was "take a sexy picture of someone taking a picture". I could do that--it's not super cheesy. So I did. The three pictures I submitted are below. I think I have a pretty good shot. My stuff won't show up on the site until they send me a confirmation email, which I suspect won't happen until Monday morning (given that I submitted after 5pm on Friday).


My five-year anniversary with a certain someone was yesterday, and now I'm feeling especially mushy and sentimental. These things happen. Anyway, I forgot about this photo from a recent shoot. I like it. A lot.

Three weeks until the aforementioned certain someone and I are on the same coast again. Damn you, Caltech, and your enticing offer of a full ride. But he graduates soon, and all (most) will be right in the world.

Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Temporary Halt on the Monday Art Deals

I'll be stopping the Monday art deals temporarily for the following reasons:

1. I work on Mondays. By the time I get home, I'm kinda tired, and all I want to do is decompress with a good book. No computers. I spend eight hours straight on the computer. But I still lovelovelovelovelove my job (only wish they paid me...)
2. Because the prints are in perfect condition, I get to re-use them in shows. Saves me time/money/stress.
3. I don't know which prints I want to bring with me to SF to decorate our new apartment, so I haven't been listing EVERYTHING, therefore, I'm kinda running out of new stuff to post. Old stuff I have, but that's kinda boring.

If you want a print, email me--we'll chat.

Arts Guild Show

Assuming I can make my packing and shipping "idiot proof" and super easy (I didn't find out until AFTER I was accepted that you could only hand-deliver work, but they're letting me ship anyway because the director likes me), I will have three pieces in the Erotic Show at the Arts Guild of Sonoma in California. Scratched", "Licked" and "Orgasm #2" will be there. I will not. There will be an opening reception from 8pm-midnight. Tickets are $25 in advance and $35 day-of. Call 707-996-3115 for questions, comments, and prank calls.

Saturday, May 13, 2006

Yeah, I haven't been doing much....

I might have a shoot in a few weeks, but it's still up in the air. I've been busy at NMWA (LOVE it, though), and the only shots I've taken are either practice photo so I could get used to my camera, or dinky snapshots of my cats for when I move to SF in August. Like this:

Oh yeah, high art right there....

Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Monday Art Deal (Late)

Sorry for the delay, my first day of work was yesterday, so I was a bit busy, then a bit tired. Here's the piece:

"Cat" 2002
8"x12" digital archival print, signed
Acid-free white mat
1/2" black metal frame
Final image size is 16"x20"

email me if interested.

Sunday, May 07, 2006

Newsflash! Women who speak their mind can cause erectile dysfunction

For cryin' out loud, this is BULLSHIT.

1. Dali's watches and Oldenburg's soft sculptures had nothing to do with ED. I can't speak much on Dali, but Oldenburg often talked about the GENERAL flaws in humanity, more of an emphasis on how we're human and imperfect. They weren't a way to wax poetic on flaccid penises.

2. "One can argue that a young woman speaking her mind is a sign of equality. "That's a good thing," says Sawyer, father of four daughters. "But for some guys, it has come at a price. It's turned into ED in men you normally wouldn't think would have ED."
- Women speaking their minds can cause ED? If we do, you couldn't have been much of a man in the first place.
- What kind of men would you think normally get ED? Isn't the whole point of the article to point out that there IS no type of man you would normally think to get ED?

3. "Such images disturb because sexual performance is still, in the minds of many males, the sign of authority and dominance, perhaps the last such symbol in a society slogging its way toward gender equality."
- Fuck you.

4. "He has all the creds of a player: tall and good-looking with dark hair and gray-green eyes, member of a fraternity so bad and so much fun that university officials refuse to sanction it. Unlike other guys buying beer on Daddy's money, he works at a bank and has a job lined up after school -- a fact that the ambitious women at GW love. "
- Ambition = Money-Hungry. Duly noted.
- Uh-oh. My mom has dark(ish) hair and gray-green eyes. Harpy!

Yes, ED is a problem. But this article isn't helping.

You know, for a "smart" newspaper, the Washington Post sure is dumb....

The Washington Post is currently accepting nominations for it's annual "Best Bets" awards. I decided I would nominate a few of my favorite places (Max's Best Ice Cream on Wisconsin Ave, for one), but when I got to the "Best Museum" section, I was a bit startled that local galleries were clumped in there, too. Galleries are not museums. Apples and oranges. They can't compete, but they're not trying to. And yet, the WaPo thinks they can, which is invariably going to shaft the DC gallery scene yet again--more often than not, someone will probably nominate a museum like the Corcoran or the NGA over a small gallery like Conner Contemporary, Govinda, or Fraser. Not only are these two different types of venues, but they're two different types of experiences, which you certainly can't compare. Idiots.

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

This is what happens when I'm bored....

I don't consider these to be "real" pictures. My lightbox is too small for this, so you can see the darker edges. I certainly have enough lingerie to do a whole set, and now I have an excuse to get a better lightbox...

But yeah, these were just test shots. Kinda like the dolls--for fun, but I want to see where it goes.

(remember: TEST shots, aka NOT THAT GOOD)

Let's try this again....

Camera #2 arrived. Keep your fingers crossed.

Tuesday, May 02, 2006


"Scratched" will be featured in the next edition of GRAFUCK. Hooray.

Monday, May 01, 2006

Monday Art Deal

For some reason, I'm having difficulty posting an image, but click
to see the image on my website.

The stats:
"Wet Breast" 2005
8"x12" signed print
Matted with acid-free white mat and a black flat wood frame
Final image size is 16"x20"