I'm sitting at the Burbank Airport waiting to get on a plane to go back home. I had a really nice trip out in LA. I picked up 2 new DVDs from Wildlife films, I can't wait to get them on the website.
I have 2 more shoots under my belt. The first shoot was for Girl Friends Films. I have been wanting to shoot with them for quite a while now. Dan was a great driector and had a great crew. I shot for Mother/Daughter Exchange Club. The other performers were great. The other mom was Raquel Seib who was very nice. She had shot for Girl Friends previously. We had the chance to chit chat a little bit and I found out she was moving not far from me after the shoot. The daughters were played by Kimberly Gates and Bella Banxx. This was Bella's first shoot. The girl did great!! Kimberly was a beautiful girl and she had great acting skills. I really enjoyed this shoot. The second shoot was for Stoney Curtis's "Fuck My Mom and Me" series. Stoney is a great down to earth with midwestern roots so I like him right away :) Everyone on set did a great job, from the makeup girl to the director. My co-performers were Chris Strokes who was well blessed and JC Simpson. JC is new, as of the day of the shooting, I couldn't find any of her work online. She's a beautiful young blonde that I think will do well. I can't wait for the scenes to get out, I felt good about both of them when we were done.
While I was in town, I hooked up with Lias Ann's Talent Management. I chose them because they have a reputation for doing a good job with MILFs. Lisa Ann herself is very successful in the business and I really feel good about being with her agency.
When I get back home, I need to work on my Naughty Nun character for PsychobabbleTV. I have a character in mind, I just hope I can portray her the way I want to. You never really know until showtime. We film again in St. Charles, IL on June 4 at 10 at Zanies in the Phesant Run Resort. Everyone is invited!!!
I really hope everyone has a wonderful Memorial Day weekend and don't forget our veterans who made sure our freedoms were protected.