It’s Been a Busy Few Years: Winter & Spring 2011

20 September 2014 12:00

VestIt's Been a Busy Few Years: Spring 2011Seattle, WA – During the spring of 2011, Falcon Studios released Other Side of Aspen VI. It is the epic sixth installment of the iconic Falcon series directed by Chris Ward after Falcon and Raging Stallion merged early in the year and I was included in this truly star-studded cast. I was also in the cast of Hard Friction’s Live Sex co-directed by Bruno Bond and Steve Cruz. FetishForce released my directorial debut for the studio, Industrial Encounters and Sounding 6: Wet Punk Faggot Sounding, which I co-directed with Chris Ward. Also released was Golden Gate: Season 2 – The Perfect Ten in which I had the pleasure of being directed by Tony Dimarco. This was also the spring I co-hosted the Grabbys and Kennel Master which I co-directed with Paul Wild for Titan Media’s Rough line won the Grabby for Best Fetish Extreme.




















FetishForce Prepares for IML/Grabby Weekend

17 May 2011 13:26

FetishForceFetishForce Prepares for IML/Grabby WeekendSeattle, WA – FetishForce is rallying in Chicago Memorial Day Weekend for IML and the Grabby Awards. This message summarizes and outlines our plan of action for Chicago, Thu 26 through Tue 31 May 2011. Since IML is a major event for our community, FetishForce has chosen the IML host hotel as our base of operations for the weekend. This will facilitate each of us enjoying the festivities of IML while visiting with our friends in the community in addition to engaging in our promotional efforts at the various Grabby events. As you all know this all co-insides with our DVD release of Industrial Encounters and my co-hosting of the 2011 Grabbys. I am thrilled by the crew I will have with me to ‘Represent’ our community of family and friends at these huge events. I know we are going to have an outstanding time.
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Sneak Peek: Industrial Encounters

15 April 2011 21:03

FetishForceSneak Peek: Industrial EncountersSeattle, WA – Well, it’s been nearly three months since I updated this blog, but it has been an extremely busy and productive three months. The project that has most consumed me during this period has been a movie entitled Industrial Encounters, my first feature directing for the Falcon / Raging Stallion family of studios and my solo directorial debut. I’m happy to report that I put the film to bed yesterday. Although I also wrote, performed in and edited this movie, I didn’t do it alone. I was blessed with the help and support of many talented individuals through the process, reminding me that film making is a collaborative art. Now, for some much deserved recognitions, information regarding the upcoming release of Industrial Encounters and sneak peek at the trailer… Read the rest of this entry »