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About Me

Hi, I’m Sam, and I’m an artist from London currently residing in Berlin. I started out in life as a child actor training at the Sylvia Young Theatre School in London. I appeared in 5 West End shows before the age of 15 and worked on numerous television & radio shows, and films. I later went on to train as a professional dancer, and worked extensively as a commercial dancer in live shows, music videos, commercials, and television shows. During my early twenties I started photographing for agencies, shooting models and dancer portfolios, while also getting into the world of music. I was in a band for a while and I worked with Lily Allen, Alphabeat, Stooshe, appeared at the London Olympics 2012, on the UK X Factor, and sang for Donatella Versace at the Vogue Festival in London 2012. Years on, my social media platforms grew, and also did my love for erotica. I now work full time as an artist spending my time creating and art directing various projects. I launched my erotic website in September 2016, and it has been my full time passion ever since. During the past few years I’ve had the pleasure of working with photographers all over the world in London, Paris, Madrid, Barcelona, Berlin, New York, San Francisco and LA including Rick Day, Christopher Sherman, Jahn Hall, Leigh Keily, Spyros Rennt, Dylan Rosser, Manuel Moncayo, Nick Andrews, Kofi Paintsil, Anthony Amadeo, Ryan Pfluger, Peter Stanglmayr, Sean Watters, José Tio, Luke Austin, Rene Fragoso, Fred Attenborough, Lucas Castro Pardo, Jefferey Beasley, Malc Stone, Renaud Duc, Joe McCormick, Exterface, Roberto Araujo, Pedro Pedreira, Brian Brigantti, Nicolas Nys, Kiko Dionisio, Dan Lang, Ryan Baker, Eric Philips, Theo Banzon, Antonio Eugenio, Dusty St Amand, Ross Collab, Erik Lazarini, Allan Gregorio, Darkwah, Issac Calpe, Gruenholtz, Mo Alhilu, & Tayte Hanson. I’ve appeared on blogs such as Homotography, Summer Diary Project, Kaltblut Magazine, shot at the famous Milk Studios in NYC & The Worx in London, worked for numerous brands including Kiehl’s, Travis Taddeo, Andrew Christian, Gents Pack, Lush Cosmetics, Grindr, Studio Ready, and appeared in Gay Times Magazine, Jón Magazine, & Boner XXL, I was also voted as one of 2017’s top 100 eligible bachelors in Out Magazine in the US. Most recently I showed some of my work at Uncensored Berlin, an exhibition by iHeartBerlin challenging social media censorship, exhibiting a painting, a film, and 3 prints. I hope to continue my sex positive message in my work for years to come.

Other Boys, & Lovers

In this section of the website you will see a photographic documentation of my encounters with different boys around the world. Both sexually, and simply for companionship. I either set my camera up on a tripod, and then capture the natural chemistry between us on a self timer remote, or sometimes I shoot the boys solo. See it as a fly on the wall in an organic moment between two men. A way for me to celebrate sex and body positivity, and break the taboo of having multiple sexual partners. It’s a way to showcase sexual expression in a romantic light. It’s about celebrating companionship amongst gay men often found through nudity & sex, which can sometimes, no matter how fleeting the moment, be life changing. This will be an ongoing series in which I hope to create and capture a beautiful ongoing story in my life with others.

Dancers

I’ve always seen a strong link between dance and sex, and with having a dance background myself this is always something I’ve explored in my work, even subconsciously. Dancers have a connection with their bodies that is unlike others. They also have a musculature that is unrivalled due to the intense training that takes place during the formative years of the human body. Sex always plays a role in dance, it makes us stronger and more powerful dancers. Sex is a dance between two people, and so in this section I really wanted to push that narrative. Exploring how we learn how to use our bodies in sex, both alone, and with someone else, and also, how we learn to use sex in dance.

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