sobota, 18 lutego 2012

R.I.P. Whitney.

"Crackwhore is dead" I've read somewhere in comments under the news about Whitney Houston's death. "No one told her to take drugs, she killed herself" sounded the other. Seriously? That is all you have to say after passing one of the most amazing voices in pop music? Well, so you're a trash. Because of Whitney we have Beyonce, Katy Perry, Rihanna, Mariah Carey, Celine Dion - all these pop stars you watching half naked on the scene as they have to shine with tits and ass to cover the voice that is not enough to impress. Whitney never had to undress to impress. She could stand in a long, black dress, but when she was starting singing all eyes were looking at her. I've never seen Rihanna or some other second-class music product getting standing ovation after the performance. And that will probably never happen.

All my life I've been Whitney's fan. I remember when she recorded "When you believe" with Mariah - I watched the videos from the live performances and was so impressed of Whitney singing so natural while Mariah was almost jumping and gesticulating like crazy when she wanted to hit the highest notes. Always were #teamWHITNEY.

Because of Whitney my jeans obsession started because of her. I don't remember how old I was, but I remember seeing the video "I'm your baby tonight" and begging my Mum to buy me jeans and a leather jacket. And I got them! Yeah, I was one of these children who was dressing up and performing in front of the mirror, or better in front of the whole family and strangers that were coming to see my father who's a doctor. I guess that's why I love being in the center of attention.

Because of that "crackwhore" my childhood was beautiful. Because of her songs I started believing in a real love. Is there any person in the world that don't know Whitney's version of "I will always love you"? I don't think so. Even that her voice sounded different in the end, that she destroyed it with alcohol and drugs she still was the most talented singer that was born. She will never sing again. These days from my childhood will never come, but in my memory she was my biggest idol, just next to Michael Jackson. I do believe that talents like that will never happen again to pop music. And yes, I am gonna miss you Whitney.

środa, 8 lutego 2012

"The Block Party: Official Launch" @ East Bloc.

There are many clubs in London. Ones are good, ones are bad and overrated. I'm not a fan of Soho or the popular clubs where all bloody hipsters are masturbating over a pair of vintage jacket or my stolen studded hat. I am not a fan of places where "electro music" means new Britney's remix by David Guetta (kudos to DJ). And finally I am not a fan of places where people who are calling themselves DJs are playing from WinAmp, iPod or iTunes. Honey, let's be honest - you're a shit not a DJ and all you should do with your "talent" is get a line of cocaine and die. Bye. But there's East Bloc. A place that became my second home. Sometimes I am asking myself where am I staying more often - in my bed or in that club? And the answer is - I don't know. As I am a party monster I prefer a good dance and some sweat instead of the pillow and sweet dreams. I don't mid kissing hot guys too. But bitches are cheeky - they're sharing their tongues and mouths and they are never calling you again. Yeah, twats.

On Sunday I went to "The Block Party: Official Launch". The whole idea was born in Mark-Ashley Dupé's head who's already the host of super popular Dupés Den party in East Bloc. To be honest, I am not a fan of parties on Sunday. After every Friday and Saturday night I am praying to God to kill me instead of sending me to another party that will last till the early morning. But I promised to myself that I will go and write a review. So I stayed at home on Saturday night and cumulated my energy for Sunday (I was sleeping the whole day after the after party that lasted till, I don't remember, 12pm?). But then a suprise was waiting for me. All my friends were busy, preparing something for work or uni or just having sex. As I'm a single guy I had no excuses. I had to dress up and go, hoping I won't regret it. And as a single guy I was hoping I will maybe meet someone interesting there so my Valentine won't be called "Table for one, please".

East Bloc is a place where you can feel totally safe. The security is better than a condom. Never breaks. Never leaks. If something is going wrong - the guy or a girl is being taken out, and bye, so long, goodbye, don't cry. Boys in a cloakroom are my favourite couple, but don't be rude to them - they may bite you. Thank God they are not fans of my veins and blood and I can always get in front of the line to leave my jacket (Mark & George - thank you for being so understanding that I "have to go in because I need to pee immediately!"). Anyway, let's talk about the party. Sunday's party was hosted by: Mark-Ashley Dupé (mentioned before), Richard Logins (who's an amazing hunk), Jake Cook (who became single - so watch him) and Joelle Hyland, Kwame Suaavve. One of my friends who came to East Bloc for the first time in his life said: "OMG so all the hot guys are coming here! And I was spending all my time in Vauxhall before - not anymore!". But the truth is that the club is full of hotties! Seriously, trust me - all the hot guys are coming to East Bloc. Avantgarde ones, East Londoners, club kids, hunks, even guys like me who lives in Camden love the atmosphere of the place. Because it's just absolutely good. But enough of rimming. Time to say something about the music. I think I haven't heard better mix of 90's, R'n'B and hip hop in ages. I swear. DJs made me cum. I was this close to get my cock out and cum on the dancefloor. There were three of them in the main room: Kartel Brown (Dupés Den/Bootylicious), Jeffrey Hinton (Fruit Machine/Joiners Arms), Miguel Dare (Dupés Den/DanceDanceDance) and two in the BOY London's room: Sick Bwoy and Gareth Emmett. When it comes to BOY London boys I don't think there's a need of introducing them - just go to and order some clothes as the beats they are playing are as good as their designs. That night my heart (and my bootey) was stolen by Kartel Brown. I am sorry, I have to admit that it was one of the best parties ever. I do regret it was so short (finished at 4.30). If I could compare his set to sex I'd say it was one of my best shags ever. He played everything I was expecting from 90's r'n'b party - from Janet to Destiny's Child and in the end he made me crazy with my top banger by Azealia Banks "212". I've heard many DJs in my life, as I've been working for DJ Magazine for four years and I've met some super stars. But that guy has a huge talent. And he knows how to rock your mind. And, psst, he's fucking hot, too. Kartel if you're reading that - skip that part. NOW. Or get yourself a drink.

This is my first review of the party here. And I feel a little bit guilty that I didn't write anything bad about the party. But why should I when it was just perfect? It was just like L'Oreal's add. It was worth going there, getting sweaty and having couples of drinks. It was worth spending Sunday with people instead of staying at home and watching some fucked up romantic movies and ordering a double-cheese pizza. I only regret one thing: that everyone had to go to work in the morning and I couldn't find any after party that will kill me and remind me that it's Monday again and it's time to work. But hey, after Monday and Tuesday, even the calendar is saying W T F. So boys and girls, pack your things, dress like tomorrow is your last day and come to Sunday's party in East Bloc next time. If I could I'd press "Like" on the Facebook right now. And yes, I kissed a hottie I've met there and I liked it. Your turn.

217 City Road, EC1V 1JN London, United Kingdom

sobota, 28 stycznia 2012

TO LOVE AND TO BE LOVED IN RETURN - Zuzanna Buchwald and Chris Ladewig for IDOLL Magazine #3.


There was a boy who fell in love and his heart was broken. There was a girl who fell in love and was loved in return. No, the boy is not a drama writer, and the girl is not a courtisane and it's not a "Moulin Rouge" movie. It has happened for real and the girl and the boy are both models. Two beautiful people who are sharing with me their opinions about love. What is love? For ones it's money. For second ones it's career. But for all of us it's a magnificent feeling we keep looking around for our whole lives. Amy Winehouse could probably say: Hi, my name is Amy and I am a love-aholic. She kept looking for love all her life. The way she loved was destroying. They say drugs killed her. I don't think so. She died because of love. As it may be a beautiful feeling as much as a terrible one, that puts us into addictions and makes a fear of being alone the biggest demon you can imagine. We are all fighting with this demon. Nobody wants to be lonely. But aren't we all really lonely? In this run for success, money and career? Aren't we all afraid of dying in our own bed alone without anyone holding our hand? I think we do.

My love life is like a rollercoaster. I am falling in love everyday, to stop feeling it the next day. I am falling in love with every one night stand just to wake up in the morning and praying to God: Oh please, wake up and go home, I wanna be alone. Do I believe in love? I do. I hope it will hit me like a tube one day and slice me in the pieces. Because for me the real love hurts. It hurts so much that you wanna keep hurting till the end of your life. I loved once, maybe twice. But I do remember the feeling when I loved. I wanted to rip off my skin to be closer to my beloved, I wanted to breathe the air they were breathing out and after break ups I was becoming Toni Braxton singing "I hate love" praying at the same moment to find a new one as soon as possible. Because I am a love desperate.

Sit down, play your favourite music album and read the interview with Zuzanna Buchwald, one of my favourite female model and Chris Ladewig, a guy to die for. We're talking about love, committment and hearbreaks. And we all wish to end up like Anja Rubik and Sasha Knezevic - with a fairytale wedding and living happily ever after.

IDOLL: What is love?

Chris Ladewig: Love is life-changing, it's the connecting of our heart and souls to a point where an existence without your loved one is unbearable. Love is the want, the desire to be with another person, to share your life, your dreams, your passions, your time with that person. Love is seeing that person in a way no other does. When that person becomes more beautiful with each passing moment, seeing their inner beauty radiate outwardly. being comfortable, being yourself around a person. Having a passion that never dies. Love is when general obligations become simple pleasures. The core of love is universal. It can't really be explained. It's a feeling, that only you know... Love is unmistakeable.

Zuzanna Buchwald: Respect, intimacy, trust, attraction... I'm in the process of finding out more. My grandfather always says : "Love is an itch of the heart that you can not scratch"- cheesy but true.

IDOLL: What's the difference between love and romance?

Chris: Are they different? Isn't most love preceeded by some sort of romance?

Zuzanna: Romance is temporary, love is forever.

Chris: If you are talking about a fling. thats different. Flings generally have an expiry date. Fun without the serious commitment, generally not involving love. Where love is limitless... no time frame for love... it's seeing yourself with a person for the forseeable future... A going concern.

Zuzanna: Romance is a fleeing moment while love is much more complex. Romance for me is only with a guy, while love is something I give to family members, good friends, my dog...

IDOLL: Do you think men can love and it will be a pure love or they are just into romances? You know what they say, men only care about sex...

Zuzanna: I like to believe that there are men mature enough for true love. In my opinion they have to get fed up with romances before they long for true, unconditional love.

IDOLL: That's kinda Carrie Bradshaw's way of thinking but in the end she found her true love.

Chris: Of course men can love (laughs)! Depends what you are looking for. Many times these romances manifest into real love...

IDOLL: Will you agree that men think with dick? But then what about women? (laughs)

Zuzanna: I would, but women often think through a prism of their sexuality as well. I know many women more sex-oriented than their partners.

Chris: Everyone is different. Sure you get people whose lives are led by a full-on frontal crotch attack, a phallic compass if you may (laughs) considering the world we live in, with everything being driven by sex (sex sells, etc).. It would seem the masses are led by it. But remember, sex is just one piece of a very large pie. So I think it's a media induced phenomenom. But i believe things are changing though, the stereotypical roles are being reversed to some extent, where men were once leading with their "second heads", it seems women are taking on more of this role, being lead purely by their physical desires.

IDOLL: What is more important? The look or the brain? I have to say that the look is the most important for me but I am a love idiot and always falling for a pretty face - regretting it later.

Zuzanna: I wanted and found both.

IDOLL: Lucky you!

Zuzanna: Looks-if you are looking for a casual relationship. A good combination of looks and intelligence-if you want partnership. I get bored with pretty boys than have nothing to say.

Chris: If a girl can rock a blue steel, I'm sold (laughs). I'm joking. I once had an argument with a girl, who was very open about her dating with men purely for their money. She didn't care how they looked like or the type of person they were. If they bought her shit, she was happy. I made a suggestion of her shallowness. Then she critisized me for my shallowness for wanting certain things in a girl: intelligence, wit, humour, beauty, playfulness, maturity, a good heart...

IDOLL: Oh, so you mean she was a “gift-sweetheart”. Maybe she should start dating a Santa Clause?

Chris: We all want different things. and we all pursue those things which make us each as individuals happy. But personally, i need the complete package... and then some.

IDOLL: Are you in a relationship at the moment?

Chris: No, I'm not.

Zuzanna: Yes, for 3 years now.

IDOLL: So first you, lucky girl. Who's the guy?

Zuzanna: My boyfriend is a hot, smart and amazing Brazilian man. We met each other in a club in New York. I was a little drunk and he was very caring from the beginning. We started talking about art, Brazilian berry acai, universities and nightlife in New York. Soon after that we were inseparable.

IDOLL: And what about you Chris? Why are you single?

Chris: I'm single because my young girl who I loved recently decided her freedom was more important than our relationship. No hard feelings. What we had was truly amazing. We've made some awesome memories and we got to experience each other. Have to be grateful for that. Besides, we all have our paths to lead. My path is about changing lives.

IDOLL: People say it's hard to be in a relationship when you're a model. Travels all around the world, beautiful people around - it all makes you wanna cheat on your beloved!

Chris: Well there is no doubt that this industry is riddled with promiscuity and people cheating on bfs/gfs. But then again, there is just as much infidelity in the rest of the world. It depends on entirely on the person.

Zuzanna: I used to be more tempted with beautiful boys during my work trips.

Chris: I've never cheated on a girlfriend and never will. It's just not who i am.

IDOLL: So you're just like me. But then again – everyone were cheating on me!

Chris: Considering the travelling lifestyle of a model, it may be easier... You may be away from your partner, your family, friends, then you meet someone, you connect in this forced intimacy situation and then it happens. So if loyalty isn't high on your priority list, being single would be better.

Zuzanna: You don't have to travel anywhere if you want to cheat. You can do it with a neighbor while your girlfriend/boyfriend is asleep. It doesn't have to be a modeling trip. In New York where I live I am surrounded with beautiful and successful people but if you love someone,you don't cheat. Period.

Chris: Like I said, it depends who you are, what you want. When I love someone I don't really want any other. Like Rihanna says, "make them feel like the only girl in the world". So for me it iseasy. It is not so much being a model, rather the distance which makes it hard.

IDOLL: I can bet many people tried to get your attention or flirt with you. The best and the worst flirt situations ever?

Chris: (Laughs) I'm not so sure about that.. I think girls get a lot more action on that front than guys do. It's just the way it is. There have been some interesting situations. Nothing really comes to mind regarding a worse situation. I actually find the attention levels and flirting increase when people realise I'm a photographer. It's all just a bit of harmless fun at the end of the day.

Zuzanna: There was a lot of fun flirt situations. One of the most memorable ones was getting stuck at the airport in Palm Springs with an extremely attractive male model. Our flight to New York was delayed and we decided to wait in a bar. I was underaged back then and he got me completely drunk. I was also in a relationship at the time, but a year later, when I was single, we met again and hooked up. The least pleasant situation was with a quite famous actor. We met at a theatre and I was flattered when he asked me out, but he was so self-centered and weird that it ended up being the worse date ever.

IDOLL: Okay, you both said you're not into cheating so let me ask you something. Would you consider a 3-some if your partner would propose it? Or would you rather pick 1 on 1 option?

Chris: No idea! It would be very very circumstantial. Have to cross that bridge when I get there.

Zuzanna: Yes, I would consider.

IDOLL: You've changed since I met you at the beginning of your career (laughs). Good girl went bad?

Zuzanna: I'm rather open and adventurous.

IDOLL: Are u sexually active when you're in a long-term-relationship?

Chris: I'm saving myself for when I'm married. (Laughs) Just kiddin.

Zuzanna: Active and monogamous.

IDOLL: What is the key to a successful relationship?

Zuzanna: I don't know if there is one. Every relationship is different and its happiness is based on the needs of the couple. In my case: common interests, the ability of having fun together, mutual understanding (despite the cultural differences), mutual (I hope) attraction, support that we give each other are surely some of the things that keep us together.

Chris: Wanting the same things. Having similar perspectives on life and what you want from it. Wanting to be with each other. That "want" is important.

IDOLL: Yeah but it doesn' work sometimes.

Chris: Passion! Romance, feeling the love. The desire to be with your loved one. And communication is key! each giving 100%. There must be balance in the relationship and complete trust and honesty. Your partner needs to be your best friend.

IDOLL: If you could pick - a good one night stands everyday or a long-term-partner, what would you chose?

Zuzanna: Long term relationship. Healthier. More interesting and much more of a challenge.

Chris: I'm quite old school. I fully believe in having a certain exclusivity, and I am a hopeless romantic, so long term life partner for sure!! Freedom is happiness, but happiness is best shared so share your freedom with someone you love. Pure true love is like the cherry on the cake of life. Everything is just that little bit better. Life is just more meaningful.

IDOLL: The worst break up ever?

Chris: Maybe this last one, because I loved the girl with all my heart, thought she was "the one". And for that all be suddenly taken away and having no control over it. it hurt. It wasn't a nasty breakup, there was no reason for it to be, we just wanted different things. Now, life continues. You can't control situations but you can control how you think about them.

Zuzanna: Every break up is hard, I really can't pick one. I am very emotional and I get attached to people quickly, so I suffer almost every time.

Chris: Happiness is a choice! Sometimes you just gotta return the book to the library and take out another one. Plenty of interesting books out there to read.

IDOLL: Yeah, sea is full of fish and wood is full of trees. So that will be the last question. Do you believe in love at first sight?

Zuzanna: As a big romantic I would like to believe in one. I know that sometimes you just know that someone is a great person by looking at them, but love, in that case, is too big of a word.

Chris: No, I don't believe in love at first sight. But I believe in chemistry and that "connection"- the spark which makes a person stand out to the rest, which ultimately could lead to love.

Text: Bartek Fetysz Rytkowski

Photos: models's archives

piątek, 23 września 2011

Mr & Mr Hart & their Gigolo.

You may be asking yourself a question what a person with such an obese body is doing at the party full of hot guys with bodies to die for - well, the answer is kinda simple - I am jerking off in my mind and having an eye-orgasm.

London is full of parties on Thursday night. Not to mention: Your Mum's House at Punk, XXTRA at Shadow Lounge or Room Service. All of the clubs are full of good vibes and amazing people. I could divide them into two different looks - dress code for YMH & XXTRA? The more fashionable, the better. Dress code for Room Service? The less the better. What about Gigolo that is going out for hunting on Thursday as well? Well, I'd say "I wanna see your muscles everybody says they're nice, can I come and visit I'll be at your house tonite, they tell me they're hard and really smooth I can't hardly wait to touch that muscles too". The whole party takes the place at Lo-Profile in Soho and from the beginning you know it's all about sexy masculinity (Here's the wink at Constantinos with the guestlist at the door and divalicious Louis Parsons who could teach Cher and other ladies how to dress to impress). What's inside? Well basically one of the most beautiful gays you can imagine dancing to great house music. It's like going to a candy shop. You're wet at the very beginning, so the best solution is to take the clothes off and get more sweaty. But to experience that - you need to get your fucking ass to 84-86 Wardour Street on Thursday and check that by yourself. You may bump onto your favourite porn star (happened to me and I was collecting my jaw from the floor). You may check the backroom for some xtra adult fun where you can see undressed males posing to hot photos. You may even be suprised by your dear handsome friend who will show you his dick in the middle of the club saying: I wanked too hard, now my dick is blue. Have you ever seen a dick that became a Smurf? I had. But that's what I like about the party - it's like Christmas - suprises every week.

After few times there I started thinking about gym membership. After more times I started feeling sorry for poor straight gurls, cause it seems like all the best guys are gays. If I were a girl I'd never go to Gigolo. I swear, I'd kill myself right after the first visit or started thinking of a gender change. And I am not writing this because I wanna lick someone's ass. Everyone knows I am not a fan of rimming, but of course licking asses of Mr & Mr Hart who are throwing the party would be a guilty pleasure.

What about Mr & Mr Hart? Married. Handsome. You know, that kind of a dream boys you hate for being so perfect. Like a gay version of Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt minus the brats. I've never ever seen more sexy gay couple in my whole life. But there's something I love about them the most - photos. Check the site and tell me - didn't you feel horny or hungry for some hot stud? I've already said it once, I will say it again - when I am in front of David's camera - God, forgive me, I have so many dirty thoughts that if someone knew them, I'd be in prison. Forever. It's my private minute of ultimate happiness. I am very happy he's taking only face photos when it comes to me, so no one can see I am all wet down there. When I saw my first photo ever taken in Gigolo I was suprised like fat Christina Aguilera in new Maroon 5's video: Shit, how possible I can look so damn good? Photoshop? Magic? Or maybe everything taken together? Hell knows and I don't wanna know. Because you don't need to understand why a pleasure is a pleasure, you just need to experience it and get a shower later.

I am defo a fan of the party. I am a fan of the atmosphere there. And I like to wear my slutty short shorts and like Kylie just spin around with one of the COCK-tails from the bar.

You wanna play with Gigolo all the time, not to play with him is a fucking crime.

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sobota, 13 sierpnia 2011

Roxanne, you don't have to sell your body to the night - interview with Kennedy Carter.

We are all selling our bodies. The whole fashion industry is about buying. Designers are buying the models, customers are buying the products that the models are advertising. Can you imagine a product without its "face" nowadays? I can't. I can't imagine a success of Calvin Klein's jeans without young Brooke Shields and "Nothing between her and her Calvins" as much as I can't imagine the global success of his underwear line or parfumes line without adorable, teenage Kate Moss named "heroin chic" after. I can't imagine YSL's campagins or Tom Ford's campaigns that were screaming with sex. Because sex sells. So I thought I will take a closer look at a sex industry, where everything begun - the obsession with the body, obsession with moaning and intimacy.

Kennedy Carter is a star. A cheecky ginger bastard with a smile of a teenager and a body that beginning many models would love to have. What makes him different than an average male model? He's not a model. He's a go-go dancer and a porn star. A rebellious cutie covered with old school tattoos. If he was taller he could stand in the same line with rockabilly alike models like Cole Mohr, Josh Beech or Ash Stymest. The idea of this interview came out after thinking about the nudity in the industry. No one is suprised looking at nude Lara Stone's photos or Anja Rubik's breasts in fashion campaign. We all get used to sex in ads. So I thought, why not ask someone taken straight from porn industry how does it feel to sell the body, to work with it during the night and day. As in the end, as someone said many years ago, modelling is some kind of a prostitution. But still it's just a job you can change. So I've called Kennedy Carter and asked him a few questions about nudity, porn and love. Because trust me or not - love and sex make the world go round.

Even these days when fashion rules the world, we still think that models are stupid, empty and that they only care about their bodies instead of caring bout their minds too. The same with the porn industry. Let's not cheat each other – we ALL watch porn, we use it as a turn-on, we use it as a foreplay with our partners. Are we all stupid? It's easy to judge, to point finger at a person saying “What a fucking slut”, “That's disguisting”. But being a porn star doesn't mean that the person is some stupid high class hooker. If you think so, let me smash your idea about these people with this interview.

Fetish: Have you ever been a model?

Kennedy Carter: No. I mean, lots of photographers have taken photos of me, but never for anything commercial. I think you can only really call yourself a model if you are getting paid!

How tall are you?


Well, so for the fashion industry you're a handsome midget only. What do you think about this height restrictions in modelling? All guys have to be at least 6'0” tall. Have you been ever considering working as a model? Anyone proposed it to you?

No, I have always been really into fashion and I was always very aware that even if I had a face that was suitable to modelling, I would be too short. I think the height restrictions make sense based on the sample sizes that designers use.

You became a successful go go dancer - how did your adventure started?

I always loved to dance, but last summer Jodie Harsh, a big party promoter in London, contacted me about being in the ads for a new party she was starting, and dancing at the party. Since then I have got to dance at parties in New York, San Francisco, Brussels, and Toronto, it has ben great.

Do you remember the first nite u were dancing half or full naked?

Well I spent a good part of my late teens in clubs dancing with my shirt off, so it wasn't too different!

So how do you feel about the nudity? Are you a typical “hunk sweetheart” obsessed with his body?

No not at all. Obviously I have to focus on it because of my job, but I'm under no illusions about it being the most perfect gym in the world.

What is the type of your guy? Would you go for a cute skinny one or you have an exact type you prefer?

I nearly always go for Latin guys, usually at least ten years older, hairy, tattooed, rough looking!

What was actually the first? Dancing or being a porn actor?

The porn came first. I never really thought I would gogo because I'm not as muscled as most of the guys out there, but once I became better known for doing movies I got booked more and more.

I've seen you for the first time in East Bloc in London, I have to admit you can shake that bootey (laughs). If you could share this with me – I know gentelmen don't talk about the money, but let's not be gentelmen for a second – how much money can a successful gogo dancer and a porn star earn? You said it helped you to pay for the school so I suppose it's pretty much!

The amount different porn companies pay their models varies hugely, all I will say is I'm getting paid enough to get by!

How have u became a porn star?

When I started university I wanted a job that paid well without having to work too many hours so I could focus on my studies, and porn ticked both those boxes. I just off my photos to a few websites and they all responded really positively. I initially worked in Europe and then after filming for Raging Stallion in San Francisco they hired me as an exclusive for a year, which has just ended.

What are your plans now?

Im about to start the third year of my degree, at a university in Mexico City. After graduating in 2012 I want to move to New York permanently to start my Masters.

For sure u remember your first time with a camera. How was it? Were you scared?

It was actually really easy. It was for a German company called Cazzo, and it was a small set up with just the director and one camera man. Also my partner in the scene was new too so we kind of guided each other through it.

I've heard many times about abusing young guys or girls in the bussiness, like hiring under age twinks. What do you think about this issue?

Every studio is legally required to get two forms of ID from every model, if models under 18 are used illicitly it is certainly frowned on by the vast majority of the industry.

How is it like to have sex with a total stranger in front of the camera? It is also some kind of a modelling – I'd call it a hardcore one, but still. You work with your body, face expressions, how do you prepare to this kind of acting?

I wouldn't say there is much preparation, other than avoiding any sexual stimulation for a few days in advance of a shoot. I do think it is just another form of modelling, or acting - you have to be constantly aware of where the camera is, how your body looks from which angles, how much passion you are putting into your performance.

God gave u a killer smile, killer body and a, well, great tool. What are your secrets to look so good?

(Laughs) Well the tool takes care of itself, but in terms of my body I work out five times a week, mainly weights with some cardio, and I eat really healthily. Knowing you are going to have a camera pointed at your gut is a really great motivation to put the work in at the gym!

You can masturbate to work on the tool (laughs). Do you like what are you doing? Have you ever had a moment that you said: No way, I am not gonna even think about touching that guy?

No. I have never worked with anyone I found sexually unattractive, we usually get to check out a model we are going to work out before a shoot. At the end of the day, a shoot is my job and not really about my sexual satisfaction, but about the sexual satisfaction of those people who will watch it - the import_ant thing is to give a good performance.

Things most difficult when it comes to porn?

People misconceptions about our intelligence, morals, or character.

Do you have a boyfriend? Is he in a porn industry as well too?

I have a boyfriend, who lives in NYC, but he does not do porn. He definitely has all the right assets but he is not as much of an exhibitionist as me.

Is it easy to have a relationship being in such an environment?

I guess jealousy can come into it, but as long as you are open and honest most people eventually understand that it is just a job.


Photos: Justin Violini (

środa, 10 sierpnia 2011

"A man who thinks with dick is a blessing sometimes" - the interview with Maria Kompf.

Maria Kompf despite of being my great friend is also a great model. I think her 5 minutes are yet to come, but remember that name now - you will hear about her very soon. What I do love about her is her raw look. She could be dressed even in the Tesco's carry on bag and she would totally rock that outfit. I used to call her The Ice Queen. Her look is cold, but wait until she smiles and she will make your knees buckle. Tall, sculpturesque and extremely sexy - she would be the perfect model for Tom Ford's campaigns. Maybe one day she will? I'd be the first in the line to buy everything she's advertising.

At the moment she's workin in Beijing (till 12.09.2011) rocking the fashion shows and photo-shoots. She has found a little time tho to answer me a few questions about love. We were going to publish this short chat in Idoll Magazine, but because we both were too busy, we were only able to do it after my deadline. That's why I've decided to publish the whole interview here. But stay tuned - she'll be featuring my next editorial for this magazine at the beginning of the next year.

What is love? Love is a disease. Let me know if you gonna find a pill for a healthy and pure love. Cuz it will become my favourite drug. Don't expect polite answers. Maria knows how to use accessories from the nearest sex shop around the corner.

Fetish: What is love?
Maria: When God forgives you all your sins.

What's the difference between love and romance?
God doesn’t have romances, does He?

Do you think men can love and it will be a pure love or they are just into romances?
I’m sure men can love and may it be an impure love.

Will you agree that men think with dick? But then what about women?
There are so many guys without balls nowadays, that a man who thinks with dick is a blessing sometimes.

What is more important? The look or the brain? I have to say that the look is the most important for me but I am a love idiot and always falling for a pretty face - regretting it later.
Aesthetics is aesthetics. Whatsoever.

Are you in a relationship at the moment?
…and it’s not complicated

Who's your boyfriend?
He’s a nazi transvestite who makes electro and teaches maths. I’m serious.

People say it's hard to be in a relationship when you're a model. Travels all around the world, beautiful people around - it all makes you wanna cheat on your beloved!
Cheating is not enough perverse for us.

Would you consider a 3-some if your partner would propose it? Or would you rather pick 1 on 1 option?
Girls, if you wanna a 3-some, send us your photos and me & my partner will consider it.

Are u sexually active when u're in a long-term-relationship?
Tell me, what is a long-term relationship without being sexually active for?

What is the key to a successful relationship?
Leash and collar.

If you could pick - a good one night stands everyday or a long-term-partner, what would you choose?
A good one night stands everyday with a long-term-partner.

Do you believe in love at first sight?
I rather believe in love at first sex.

Height: 177cm
Proportions: 84-61-90

If you're interested to get in touch with Maria:

Photos: Maria's archives

niedziela, 7 sierpnia 2011

XXTRA The Launch with MONARCHY @ The Shadow Lounge


Shadow Lounge and social Entrepreneur Terry-James Lynch, have teamed up to give you a new, fresh and exciting midweek event. XXTRA is a night that truly focuses on fashion, music and all things creative.

Launching on Thursday 11th August at 10pm, XXTRA is a new polysexual night taking place every Thursday at Soho's premium gay members club. With a fresh new approach to events, watch Terry-James change the rules as he creates an underground haven for networkers and a sanctuary for all creative folk.

Determined to showcase the best of London's creatives, each week expect to see a diverse range of fashion and beauty brands, dancers, live PA’s from new and known bands, singers, celebrity DJs and a few surprises from all around the world.

Expect a mix of a typically 'Soho' media & fashion-focused crowd. A strong message for the night is 'Where Fashion meets Fun'. The idea behind this is to look good & have fun without the usual West end pretense & expensive prices.

XXTRA’s soundtrack is fresh Pop, Nu Disco, house and all your favorite mash ups and underground “catwalk” tunes.

Shadow Lounge members are entitled to free entry with up to 4 guests. ‘Like’ XXTRA on facebook and gain free early entry for you and a guest each


*Exclusively hosted and brought you to by social entrepreneur Terry-James Lynch​slynch

*In collaboration with Daniel Vaudd Parfums, his complimentary Scented Hand Fans will be given to the FIRST 15 best dressed; it’s worth coming early!

*Special guest celebrity DJs MONARCHY (Remixed tracks for Kelis, Lady Gaga and Kylie)​ound |

*Resident noted event photographer Adam Khadaroo will be snapping away to create the hottest club night photos ever!

*+Extra special guest :-)

For further information or guestlist and booth enquiries, please contact:

Illustrations by Achiraf Amiri | www.achrafamiri.blogspot.c​om

The Shadow Lounge
5-7 Brewer Street, W1F 0RF
London, United Kingdom