Grabbys’ Red Carpet

29 May 2010 15:42

CagedGrabbys' Red CarpetChicago, IL – First and foremost, I want to thank Tonya Winter and Winter Fetish for designing and fabricating our homage to the institution that was so instrumental to the development of my perversions in the formative years. I’m actually quite thrilled to be here at the Grabbys. When I went down to Palm Springs to do my first video for Daddy Zeus in 2007, I never envisioned I would develop such a passion for the work we do or the degree of acceptance I’ve received. I also want to thank the Grabbys for recognizing our efforts to capture contemporary BDSM play in the men’s community through the Rough line with the nomination of Shock Treatment in the Best Extreme Fetish category. I truly believe we are accomplishing a service to my community of family and friends by realistically documenting this thing of ours. I am forever in debt to Bruce Cam for providing the opportunity for me to share my passion and the chance to collaborate with the best in the industry at Titan; Brian, Paul, I love you both. No matter what the future might hold, I will always be grateful for my experiences with Titan. For my take on the other categories and a photo gallery of my outfit for the GrabbysRead the rest of this entry »

Released: Eye Contact

1 November 2009 20:56

CagedReleased: Eye ContactSeattle, WA – Last Tuesday Titan Media released Eye Contact. Although I am primarily a fetish performer, each year I try to get cast in one or two non-fetish features in an effort to broaden my experience within the industry and strengthen my cross market appeal. Last year those two features were both directed by Joe Gage. Chainsaw paired me with Braxton Bond in one of the most natural feeling sex scenes I’ve ever shot, and my performance in Home Invasion earned me Best Actor nominations with both the GayNVs and the Grabbys. Eye Contact, directed by Brian Mills, is the first of two non-fetish features I’m in that will be released this year. The second, to be released later this year, is Battle Creek Breakdown, my third feature with the legendary director, Joe Gage.

Now, for my take on Eye Contact, a look at some clips courtesy of, an excerpt from the Scene Breakdown for Eye Contact and more… Read the rest of this entry »

Chainsaw Released

6 May 2008 12:01

ReflectiveChainsaw ReleasedSeattle, WA –- Last Tuesday Titan Media released Chainsaw, my first feature directed by legendary director Joe Gage. While third released, Chainsaw is chronologically my second project with Titan. It was on set, after we finished shooting that Brian Mills asked if I would be interested in joining Titan as an exclusive. Without doubt, this particular movie holds a special place in my memory.

First, it was an opportunity to work again with Brian. He was the director of Fear, my first Titan production. We hit it off fairly quickly. He’s great to work with and I always learn something when he’s on set. Second, it was an opportunity to work with Joe Gage. Joe is one of the few directors whose work made an impression on me at a young age. This is the man that wrote and directed Kansas City Trucking Co. and El Paso Wrecking Corp. in 1976 and 1978 – classics by the time I saw them ten years later. In the late 80’s when I came out, his early features were as affirming as my first Christopher Street West celebration in West Hollywood. Finally, I immediately connected with my scene partner, Braxton Bond. I’m note sure what it was exactly, but getting into that boy’s head was the best part of the shoot and I knew it had to come across on screen.

My copies of Chainsaw arrived today via UPS. I’m not sure I can describe my feelings when I first saw the cover. I’m touched by the selection even if I remain a little bewildered by the whole thing. I still don’t think of myself as a porn star. I just finished watching my scene with Braxton and there is something special captured there. The scene is really kind of cute… quite adorable actually.

Some of my friends are already teasing me about it being a good demonstration of my ‘range’; there isn’t any DBSM in this one. I’ll post film stills and the trailer as soon as I get them. Until then, you can learn more or purchase a copy for yourself.