Hiatus Over

While my summer hiatus was nice, I have been pretty busy. Last year I donated a print to Pan-Eros Foundation, for consensual sexuality, and this year to The Vagina Museum in London. These are two organization that I support, and want to aid them in there mission with my work.  Also a body-painter who’s been my friend for years is doing a show here in San Antonio, I arraigned for a model and a place to stay for her.  If that wasn’t enough the model, her husband, I went to an event celebrating body painting.

I myself don’t have a vagina, but have known over the years many fine people who did. I want to give something back for all the knowledge they were willing to teach me. From a young age I was enchanted with the creatures, and though my knowledge was sorely lacking I was an eager student. These women, some of who I still know, taught me all that they knew about them.

If you’re going to be in London anytime soon check out the Vagina Museum, and buy a mug!

 

For all the indigenous tribes out there on this day of mixed feelings.  I myself have never been fond of Pilgrims, what they believed, or inflicted on the original people of this land.  All taken from the word of a Tooth-fairy want to be!

Blue Period

I love this image because of the white breast in the midst of all the colours. From the personal collection of mine, with the model consent and approval. The model isn’t all that pleased with the size of her breasts, though I maintain that the size isn’t important. She has no body fat what so ever, she is very lean, active to say the least. I also think she has bought into the idea that she is somehow a lesser woman, because she doesn’t have large American breast. I love shooting her, long and lanky, athletic and fit. We began our journey in nude photography some years ago, she has a special place in my view of women. To me the size of her breast is unimportant. That her heart is in the right place is all that matter to me.