Released: ROUGH. Kennel Master

5 November 2010 20:45

DirectorReleased: ROUGH. Kennel MasterSeattle, WA – There have been a few personal, professional and family issues which have demanded my attention over the course of the past several weeks that have prevented regular updates to this blog, but the time has come to catch you all up, starting with our latest release in the Rough line from Titan Media last month. As the name implies, the central theme for Kennel Master is Puppy Play, and no contemporary survey of BDSM play within the men’s community could be complete without this unique form of Animal Role-Play. While there are many forms of Animal Role-Play in the vast world of BDSM, including canine, feline and equine, pup play is particularly prevalent in our current gay Leather scene. For a closer look at our documentation of this phenomenon… Read the rest of this entry »

Who’s a Good Puppy?

25 May 2009 9:59

Smokin'Who's a Good Puppy?Chicago, IL – The Titan crew spent its Sunday working and playing at the Titan/Priapebooth in the IML Leather Market. Now don’t get me wrong, working a booth in the market is work. For me, it meant answering a lot of questions about our IML release Folsom Flesh (“No, that’s not makeup on his ass. Those are blood blisters from the paddle”) and the new Rough line of fetish/Sm features I’m co-directing with Paul Wilde for Titan (“Copper wire wrapped around each nut and hooked to a crank generator [Giggle]”). It also meant stealing away brief moments to visit with friends from around the world and recruit players.

Honestly, I love performing but I get a little uncomfortable in large crowds. I don’t generally like people I don’t know getting in my space or touching me. It makes me irritable [read: dangerous]. That’s one of the reasons I like to play. A scene is kind of like theater; an invisible fourth wall exists allowing the audience to witness while providing an understood barrier. At least until someone from se-cu-ri-ty comes to shut you down.

Luckily, I had plenty of volunteers willing to help create a scene. Since we brought in our pup Element, who appears in Shock Treatment, the soon-to-be-released second feature of the new Rough line, I figured a little Sunday afternoon puppy play was in order. Director Brian Mills (pictured above) got into the action. Now, for a clip of some of the fun we had courtesy of Titan MediaRead the rest of this entry »