How to Deal with a Prima Donna on Set

14 December 2007 13:15

MonsignoreHow to Deal with a Prima Donna on SetSeattle, WA — While shooting with Titan, I simply tie them down and put a gag in their mouth. If you don’t have a ball gag handy, a twelve-foot length of rope with a double frapping knot does the trick nicely. The rope may not butch them up, but at least it immobilizes them and the gage keeps them from talking about themselves or Cher long enough to build some sexual energy on set.

That’s Jackson Wild (photographed above and below) on the set of Home Invasion. Honestly, I don’t mean to imply he was a diva in any way. In actuality, he was one of the few true pleasures I experienced making this feature. Jackson is an adorable boy and eating his ass is like going to a banquet in heaven. Our fuck scene, shot on my last night at the ranch, was incredibly hot as will be evidenced by the spontaneous eruption of money shots made by our scene partners while watching the action. You know the energy is good on set when the crew is challenged to keep up with the action. If Jackson didn’t live in the opposite corner of the country I’d be tempted to do it again without the cameras.

How to Deal with a Prima Donna on Set (Bonus)Jackson, you’re a beautiful kid, good sport and great piece of ass. Thanks.

I’m back home now after a week on the road. It’s been fun but I’m a little fatiqued and fighting a cold. After I got back, I was catching up on correspondence and various industry sites when I ran across the best review/mention I could imagine. From Joe Gage‘s blog on 11 Dec 2007:

“Tony Buff joined the cast yesterday. It’s the second time I’ve worked with him, and I can’t wait to see the public reaction when the stuff he’s done for me begins to appear. The guy’s a total movie star – endowed in both senses of the word – the second big organ being the one beating inside his beautiful chest. Sexy and soulful is always a killer combination.”

Thanks, Joe, working with you makes it easy.

I guess I’ll need to get used to the press. While on the road I learned I’d been mentioned in Mister Marcus‘ column for the Bay Area Reporter and that pictures from the CHC bar night at the Hole made it into Gay Chicago Magazine. Derek and I are being interviewed for GayWired.com this weekend and I just finished an interview for the Up and Coming feature in Unzipped Magazine. That interview should appear in the March issue.

Derek is flying in tonight for a weekend visit and tomorrow night we’re going to a Dragon family play party. I’m really looking forward to stringing him up like a sling and fucking him like a mad animal. Maybe I’ll capture a few photos of the rigging and get them posted.

Hey, Hollywood

20 November 2007 8:31

PersonalHey, HollywoodLos Angeles, CA –That’s what we used to call Marines who went though boot at MCRD San Diego, CA. The term works well to describe me. I’ve been at home here in my old stomping grounds, these last few days. Although I grew up in southern Cali, I never lived in West Hollywood but it was a frequently visited backyard. There is a certain friendly, theater quality to Los Angeles witch is brought to a high focus among the gay populous of WeHo. I’ve been a theater Buff as long as I can remember and friendly, bordering on flirtatious. I fit right in just about any scene.

I flew with Anamaria, one of my favorite travel companions. We met an attractive Pinoy at the airport who was also on our return flight and gave Anamaria and me a lift when our ride was unavailable. I’ve offered to buy him a drink or coffee (a euphemism) to show my gratitude.

Most of my time in LA was spent with Braxton Bond, the boy I was paired with for my last film directed by Joe Gage. Our chemistry then was incredible so I intended to hook up with Braxton while I was down south but didn’t expect to feel as comfortable as I did with him and his roommate.

Friday night was an intimate, little house party with a bunch of twenty-somethings. Oh, to be twenty-four years old again… I’ll pass, thank you very much. Saturday was movie night and some reconnecting, mostly industry talk and comparing notes on studios, directors and scene partners. Sunday, I got in some shopping and went to the beer bust at the Motherload.

While at the Motherload, Gayborhood.TV made me the subject of a street interview. I thought the young, um… lady that did the interview was quite pretty, so I included the photo above.

Out for the World to See

10 October 2007 11:10

CagedOut for the World to SeeSeattle, WA — Got home from Dallas to find an advance copy of the film Derek and I did for Daddy Zeus in the mail and stills from Fear posted online.

The film, Solders of Misfortune, is better than I expected. The BDSM is intense and visually impressive. As my first time in front of the camera, my overall performance has a certain amateur quality. It seems to work well though. I’m happy I was paired with Derek for my first couple of videos; our connection comes across on screen and it made the shoots much more comfortable. Solders of Misfortune should be available soon. I let you know as soon as I hear.

Thanks to a buddy on-line, I was pointed to a GaySexBlog posting that featured some of my stills from Fear. Brian Mills did the shots. He’s a skilled photographer in addition to an accomplished director. He’s also one of my favorite people to work with. Check out Titan Gets Buff if you want to see the pictures.