Retrospective Auditions

We are into the 10 year anniversary of “Babysitting Without a Net” and this is the season when things really picked up during pre-production. I already had a screenplay, and brought aboard director Bennet Stein. Together we were polishing up the script. It was during this week in 2005, that we held two days of auditions in Santa Monica, California. This would be the initial round of casting, as we selected actresses to call back before finalizing the decision.

I thought it would be fun to share the spreadsheet I was working from at the time. It was interesting to see that Monica came in at 2:00 pm on Friday afternoon, and stayed around for Elise Ivy who had an appointment at 3:00 pm. that day. They worked well together, reading from sides (short excerpts) of the script. But also, Christina DeRosa would later come in at 3:30 pm. She has a bit of a following herself, and was a very close second for the title character.

Yara McClay, who would eventually earn the part of Amy, was scheduled for Saturday at 1:00 pm, when she mixed it up with a sizable group of other ladies testing for the roles. She would not pair with Elise until the following week, during the second round of casting.



Ultimately, all three would go on to form this trio:


I hope people will enjoy this trip down memory lane. Over the next few weeks and months, I will look for other items that might be worth posting, or haven’t been seen before.

Amy Appreciation

I know I have a dedicated entry For Amy Starr in the models section, but I was inspired to make this post after utahan15’s comment saying “Amy is lovely”. You know what? He’s right! I have been fortunate to work with some talented models over the years, and we all have our favorites. But Amy is perhaps the most beautiful woman I have ever featured in my productions.

Maybe it’s her dark tresses contrasting with her milky white skin, or her smallish perky breasts. She has long legs, but a proportionately ample bottom. Most of all, spending time with Amy, she is a sweet and down to earth young woman, a very special individual. So I decided to go back to some of our previous videos and search for moments that capture her amazing beauty.

I am really grateful, thinking back, how she responded to my casting call almost five years ago when I was seeking the part opposite Jordana Leigh in “All or Nothing”. Visually, Amy was everything I was looking for, the quintessential statuesque brunette. And then I learned how creative she is, and a joy to work with. Now I did just work with her twice last year, therefore I wanted to examine her first run with Narrow-minded Productions.

For example, I had forgotten about this scene, where Amy tries to cover up with hand towels. Not exactly the towel premise I was talking about in the earlier post, but still a fun demonstration of her nervous and frustrated character.


Here below, I like the way Amy curled her hair, and is juxtaposed against the backdrop of office equipment. I love her pose, bending over.


Next, I also like this profile angle of Amy, sitting topless in front of a laptop computer. The way she really pulled back her hair into the tightly braided ponytail is a distinctive look for her.


As much as I adore Amy’s face and how she appears from the front, she is breathtaking from behind. She would melt the coldest winter.


Always happy to lend a helping hand around the house, too.


Finally, this pose of Amy lying on her tummy speaks for itself. It comes from a small promotion clip I made in 2011.


The clip itself might be considered a rare find. It doesn’t seem like I have posted this here before and it is no longer available in other places. So if you are looking for a quick Amy fix and haven’t watched yet, the clip runs about a minute twenty seconds and can be downloaded at the link below:

Amy Starr Promotion Clip



Quote of the Day

“All I wanted to do was go shopping today…”

~Danielle from In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb

It couldn’t be more appropriate than this March the First to highlight Danielle’s lament in the video “In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb”. As we were hit with another blast of snow showers this afternoon, I am hoping that the wintery start to the month will yield to a more gentle season, conducive for outdoor productions.

What I like about this line is the way Danielle delivers it with a tremble in her voice. Truly her character was nervous throughout the walk home, with the very real possibility she would be seen by people and cars passing by in broad daylight. The words capture the essence of her misfortune and the emotion of Danielle’s naked embarrassment.



Towel Girls

Who doesn’t love a beautiful girl wearing only a towel? Especially away from home, when that sense of vulnerability sets in, knowing she has nothing on underneath. Of course she is covered, but just barely. And the slightest accident or if she is not careful where she is going, the damsel might lose her only shield of modesty.

In reviewing my productions, I came across six noteworthy scenes where I had the young lady wrapped in a towel. It was interesting to find that I used this as a prop in my earliest videos. But then I did not go back to such a scenario until 2012 with Monique. To my recollection, it seems I never had Sativa or Amy Starr in a towel, despite appearing in almost 20 videos between the two of them.

The fun part in each of these stories, naturally, is that the towels do not stay on. In poor Suzann’s case, it wasn’t very long before it dropped to the floor.

Time to revisit this theme again?








Briella’s Bottom

Continuing my series of never-before posted screenshots, I have always enjoyed working with Briella Jaden. From the first video we worked on, she immediately was a lot of fun and was comfortable with our interactions. By the time we had finished our third project, After School Special, she was more than a little playful.

We actually considered adding a scene where she would be spanked by the principal. But I decided that I did not have the right look or proper setting to pull it off. This is also an illustration why I don’t like to stage myself in productions, because it is difficult to frame a scene and capture what I want when I’m not behind camera.

However, these stills make a nice tease, and I thought it was time to share.





Mid-February Update

As some of you may know, I have had a Dailymotion channel for about seven or eight years now. I would upload my outtakes videos or small promotion clips on that channel. I had over 50 videos added to my account and over 6 million views during this time.

So there I was, minding my own business this week, not bothering anyone. And then I find out that Dailymotion has decided to reverse their policy about allowing nudity on the site. All my videos were removed, and my account has been disabled.

Seven years, 50 videos, 6 million views. Deleted by a push of a button. I should add, without warning or any prior notification once they had been approved.

Now this is not a surprise, as I have had ongoing arguments with Dailymotion moderators in the past. More recently, I have had my content rejected only to be allowed to re-upload after making some adjustments. My last clip of Jackie naked in my house, I needed to pixelate a few seconds where she turns around, and gives a full frontal view. Bear in mind, this is in the context of Dailymotion always permitting nudity. However, some moderators have been given reign to arbitrarily select content they find objection to, and block it. (I can share e-mail correspondences I’ve had, lest anyone get the wrong impression. These moderators are all female, foreigners, some with Islamic sounding names.) Now they are engaged in a full purge.

Make no mistake, this is harmful to Narrow-minded Productions. I watch tracking statistics closely, both on this blog and my clips4sale store. A large number of traffic has always been driven to the store through the videos I posted on Dailymotion. They in turn are able to tack on advertising to the content we producers provide. But that is no more.

I’ll soldier on of course, and find other venues to promote my work. As a concluding response to Dailymotion, I’m reminded of that great quote from the film 300, about facing free men here, not slaves.

In the meantime, there is this to share about the blog in January.

We achieved another new milestone with 21,519 views. I think that accounts for the announcement of the Video of the Year at the beginning of the month, and finishing with the video shoot featuring Danielle.

I have been in contact with Sandra and reached out to Jackie as well. For my next video, I would like to team them up. We will have to see for now, depending on a variety of factors.

Thanks again, to everyone who has shown an interest in and enjoyed these productions.

Stay tuned!


Danielle Bonus Video

I wanted to do something special for the Super Bowl last week. But since I just released my latest video the day before, the timing didn’t quite work in my favor. So instead, I have combined an extra video clip with Danielle and a bit of outtakes from the full production. After the first two and a half minutes of deleted content or moments between takes, I then share some time spent with Danielle wearing only a football jersey.

During the shoot, I also took an additional three photographs when she was bottomless like this, and have posted these below.

The bonus clip runs approximately seven and a half minutes and can be downloaded here.

Danielle Bonus Video