Released: Triage

29 April 2009 13:46

CagedReleased: TriageSeattle, WA – Yesterday in San Francisco, Titan Media released Triage. It’s been five months since I’ve appeared in a feature released by the studio that has become my home, but this one should be well worth the wait… especially for those of you waiting for a performance that includes some extreme fetish play (admittedly, Home Invasion is one of the two fairly vanilla performances I delivered last year). Triage represents my eighth feature released by Titan and my eleventh overall in the industry. It is also the feature directorial debut for award winning cinematographer, Paul Wilde. Paul is a player in the community, dear friend and my co-director for the new line of fetish/Sm features presented by Titan, so I’m excited to see the entirety of this particular release.

Being a director for Titan does have its privileges, however. While I haven’t yet seen the whole movie, I have seen the near final edit of my scene, the finale, with scene partner, Colton Steele. It’s a great scene and I love how the connection Colton and I developed resonates on screen. The Scene Breakdown for Triage describes our scene as follows: Read the rest of this entry »

Medi/Fetish Shoot

5 November 2008 16:06

CagedMedi/Fetish ShootSan Francisco, CA –- We completed our scene for the Medi/Fetish themed feature for Titan a few minutes ago. It was an excellent shoot.

My scene partner for the production was Colton Steele. Colton had sought me out as a scene partner and we had negotiated out the scene, which included some pretty extreme play, prior to meeting in person. Luckily, we had a brief opportunity to do that at Folsom and Titan had us stay together at the studio apartment for the shoot which gave us the chance to build a connection and the trust necessary for the scene to work.

I was immediately attracted to Colton. I like shorter boys with naturally athletic builds. He has an easy smile and deep brown, expressive (sometimes pleading) eyes. He’s quite furry and very masculine in a simple, honest way. This is enhanced by his personality and attitude. He’s also young and seemed easily distractible. I really don’t understand the txt’in’ phenomenon. To Colton’s credit, when we went to dinner and I told him to put the phone away, he did. I’m glad he did, too. He’s got an interesting background and stories that reveal much about his character. I could fall for this boy.

Colton was clearly comfortable on set, too; present, focused and engaged. The connection was palpable and the scene went without a hitch. I sensed only a little nervousness regarding the fetish portion our scene. By the time we shot that on the second day, the trust was there and it was all I had hope it would be. More on that when the feature is released, I’m sure.

All in all, it was one of the easiest and most enjoyable experiences I’ve have on set. I’ve developed a wonderful working relationship with Brian Mills and Paul Wilde, the crew was exceptional and I had a great scene partner.

Civic Side Bar: My congratulations to the President-Elect, Barak Obama and to the American people for electing him to the highest office in the land. My worries regarding the draconian blow to civil rights and the American principle of equality under the law delivered by the apparent passage of Proposition 8 in California.