Andrew Blake screenshots
Andrew Blake screenshots
Andrew Blake (born 1947 as Paul Nevitt) is an American adult film director and producer. Blake has described his work as “erotic fashion,” and his films usually include fetish, bondage and lesbian imagery, often excluding heterosexual intercourse entirely. Blake’s earlier films were primarily works of softcore erotica, however, and that sensibility still informs his pacing and style.
Blake’s first major film, Night Trips, was made in 1989, and was awarded the Silver Medal for the Non-Theatrical Release Category at theWorldfest-Houston International Film Festival. Andrew Blake holds the distinction of being the first adult director to win a film award at a mainstream international film festival.
Andrew Blake’s films are characterized by high production values, artistic stylization, and rigorous technique. His style has been compared to that of the seminal fashion photographer Helmut Newton, and described as “decadent, lush, opulent, unfailingly arousing, moneyed and sophisticated.” Blake’s contemporaries include the established pornographic director/producers Viv Thomas, Michael Ninn and Marc Dorcel.
Blake’s work has been described as “lavishly produced and lovingly edited,” and sex writer Violet Blue says of Blake’s work: “It’s a whole different genre of explicit erotic filmmaking evident from the first frame — pure high fashion, glossy candyland fantasy. It is luxuriously designed from nip tip to toe. And it’s stylish as hell.”
Andrew Blake began his career working on movies for Playboy, but shifted to working independently in the 1990s. Most of Blake’s films are released through his own production company, Studio A. Andrew Blake is member of the AVN Hall of Fame. Blake’s films usually feature original music scores by the composer Raoul Valve.
Terry Richardson (born 1965) is an American fashion photographer.
Richardson was born in New York City, raised in Hollywood and Ojai, California, and is the son of fashion photographer Bob Richardson. He attended Hollywood High School and Nordhoff High School in Ojai. He was shy as a teenager and at some times deemed “completely lacking in social skills”. He played bass guitar in the punk rock band The Invisible Government for 5 years. Richardson began photography when the band broke up and his mother introduced him to Tony Kent, photographer who took him on as an assistant.
Richardson has shot advertisements for fashion designers, including Gucci, Levi’s, Miu Miu, Eres, Tommy Hilfiger, Club Monaco, Supreme, Hugo Boss, Anna Molinari, Stussy, Baby Phat,Jigsaw, Costume National, Hysteric Glamour, Matsuda, and Sisley. Richardson has also shot editorial photographs for a Vogue, Exit Magazine Vice, Harper’s Bazaar, Penthouse, The Face, GQ and Sports Illustrated. Richardson’s photo books include, Hysteric Glamour, 1998; Son of Bob, 1999; Feared by Men Desired by Women, 2000; Too Much, 2001,Terryworld and Kibosh, both released in 2004. Richardson is a notable exponent of the snapshot aesthetic alongside other contemporary photographers such as Nan Goldin, Wolfgang Tillmans, Juergen Teller, Diana Scheunemann and Martin Parr. Richardson’s photographs are often to some extent autobiographical and frequently graphically depict sexual subject matter. A collection of Richardson’s photography has recently been released by Taschen  . More recently he has begun directing music videos, e.g. Young Love’s Find a New Way.
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The eldest of seven children born to an Italian father and an Irish mother, Testino attended at the Universidad del Pacifico, the Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru and the University of San Diego. In 1976, Testino moved permanently to London. He has shot for Vogue, V, Gucci, and Vanity Fair. Celebrity subjects have most famously included Diana, Princess of Walesand her sons. Other subjects have included many actresses such as Kim Basinger, Cameron Diaz, Gwyneth Paltrow, Julia Roberts, Meg Ryan, and Catherine Zeta-Jones, models such asClaudia Schiffer, Gisele Bündchen, Elizabeth Hurley, and Kate Moss, performers such as Janet Jackson and Madonna, and public figures like Baroness Thatcher . Living in London, he continues to photograph the British Royal Family as well as contributing to the image development of Burberry, Gucci, Zara, Michael Kors, Dolce & Gabbana, Estée Lauder, Valentino andVersace.