Monthly Archives: May 2013

Fatal attractions

When talking to anyone “on the scene” who you are meeting for the first time the conversation inevitably turns to “so how did you get into this?”

For me, like the majority of people I talk to, my kinky sexuality is just part of who I am. As soon as I discovered this side of myself, in my early twenties, it didn’t take me long to join up the dots right back to my infant school days when I have very clear memories of childish fantasies of catching a boy in kiss chase and forcing him to remove his pants in front of a group of my giggling girl friends. And I think the game I used to play with my best friend when I was on the brink of puberty which involved us in taking turns to be governess and pupil and a lot of  cupboard under stairs bondage action (whilst my parents were out) is a clear indication I was on a very slippery slope even at the tender age of twelve!

I thought I would take this opportunity to share with you a couple of images that were very instrumental in making me the wicked woman I am today, which held, for me, a fatal attraction

Firstly, the cover of the Strokes Album “Is This It” which I purchased in 2001. The music is great, but what I was really drawn to was the album cover. Very simple, very elegant and suggestive of a deviant world that fascinated me.

Cover to the Strokes Album "Is this it"  Released July 30th 2001

Cover to the Strokes Album “Is This It”
Released July 30th 2001

Perhaps a year later I purchased this image as a poster whilst on holiday with my parents in Brussels. It still hangs on my bedroom wall in my parents house to this day. Of course, I now know that the illustration is by John Willie and was the cover of edition 6 of Bizzare Magazine. At the time I loved the stylised elegance and the retro chic of the image, as I explained to my Mum. What I didn’t share was that it was the blind fold, and the subverted sexuality it implied, that really intrigued me…

 

Cover of Bizarre No. 6 Illustration by John Willie

Cover of Bizarre No. 6
Illustration by John Willie

Chaos in the Kitchen with Femme Fetale Films

If you look at many BDSM film sites online, the phrase “excellent production standards” generally does not spring to mind. Femme Fetale Films is an exception to this rule. Not only are the films produced to high, professional standard, the website is slick and easy to navigate and more over they are lovely people to work with. If you haven’t opened this Pandora’s box of delights then you really should!

I have worked with Femme Films from the outset. The first film I made with them was back in 2009 when I was still a Mistress-in-training and appeared in that role with Mistress Eleise de Lacy (who is largely responsible for moulding me into the vicious sadistic bitch I am today). I have since made quite a number of films and yesterday another two cinematic masterpieces were added to the collection.

The first “Sticky Fingers” was inspired by 1950’s domestic dragon, Franny Craddock, who struck fear into her kitchen assistants who all appear to be of the young and male variety. In this scenario, my hapless assistance has eaten all the cupcakes that I prepared earlier, thus ruining my cookery show. Of course I am not going to stand for such humiliation live on television, so set about expressing my dissatisfaction with a wooden spoon. There is also some particularly creative usage of an icing piping bag.

You can have your cake AND eat it.

The second film second film, called “Peeper Punished”, reveals the dire consequences of spying on a Mistress whilst she relaxes after a hard day at the office. Of course this poor peeping Tom soon sees the error of his ways.

Links to trailers for the films are below. Enjoy!

http://www.femmefatalefilms.com/preview/id/604 (Sticky Fingers)

http://www.femmefatalefilms.com/preview/id/588 (Peeper punished)

 

Capturing Salome

It is, of course, always a great privilege to work with world famous erotic artist China Hamilton. China usually works with submissive female subjects, but for Miss Myers he has always made an exception. We often discuss different ways of capturing the spirit of Miss Myers on camera and on this occasion we wanted a light, summery image in anticipation of the change of seasons that is still eluding us.

I had come up with the outfit in soft shades of browns and purples gossamer scarves, bangles and little else. And China, as ever, found the perfect backdrop, positioning me on sumptuous cushions with flowers in the background bathed in evening sunlight.

Capturing the essence of Salome didn’t prove to be easy, which is understandable. She is known to be rather a demanding lady. Fitting me into the whole frame of the photograph at the right angle proved to be a little awkward, as did working with the combination of early evening sunshine from the window and tungsten lighting. Oh and I did feel the necessity to make a small fuss about forgetting my gloves. But ultimately we got this fantastic image. Enjoy!

Salome reclines on cushions; demanding the impossible and deadly...

Salome reclines on cushions; demanding the impossible and deadly…                   Photo: China Hamilton