Micro Review: 'Anything But a Wasted Life" reveals the stormy life of a stripper
I think it's funny they used the term "stormy" considering all the press about Stormy Daniels and our Cheeto president. Perhaps it was on purpose.
Also. I'm not a former sex worker (not yet) and I graduated collage but never made it to law school. *sigh* Not sure how these media outlets are getting it wrong, but hey, all press is good press, right? ;)
"Take from me my lace" photo series
Documentum Tv periodical
I was asked to contribute/be a part of a very unique and beautiful periodical published by Documentum Tv. This second issue Vol.1 "examines the serious play in the literary-text-with-picture space happening in the Instagram arena".
I'm honored to have my work featured among such a great group of artists.
Check it out! You can pre order a copy now.
"What do you see (when you look at me)"
Read my latest exclusive piece for Sticks And Stones Agency about judging a person by their cover (or more appropriately: what you can't see by their cover).
View Ainsley's favorites from the series I shot with my friend, Farah. We had so much fucking fun on these shoots (spanning over a week). I'm going to add more from the series on my site soon.
Featured interview in Playboy!
A friend of a friend and fellow writer came to my house one afternoon to talk to me about my life, my controversial career, and the fact that I'm so open about it. Enjoy the exclusive interview and self-portraits I shot for the article.
I dreamed of being in Playboy when I was a little girl. I never imagined I'd make it into the iconic magazine for my brain. And my balls. I'm pretty stoked!
I'd like to add a couple thoughts to the interview: interviews are tough. They are short snippets into and about a person's world. They don't cover the whole picture. In one of the questions, I say a little something about how my clients aren't my relationships, but it's not that simple. If you've read a lot of my writing, you know that the relationships I have my regulars are complicated, but it is a relationship of sorts. What I was speaking to is that I wouldn't be in it if I wasn't being compensated. This isn't a slight against any man that pays me, it a simply fact.
The bit about me coming and them wanting me to: I have come with clients, but it's extremely personal and not what I'm there for. I'm present and I love to have fun...like I said, it's complicated and something I've written about in more detail my memoirs. xo