Hey sex fans,
Happy New Year everyone! We’re all back from our winter holiday and we’re rarin’ to go. And I figure, there’s no better way to kick off the New Year than with a chat with an extraordinary visual artist. Yes siree, this here is The Erotic Mind podcast series, where we chat with ingenious erotic artists of every stripe from all over the freakin’ world. And all these conversations revolve around one simple principle — uncovering something of the creative process involved with this specialized art form.
Today my guest is the very talented photographer, Carl Proctor. Carl hales from beautiful downtown Homer, NY, don’t cha know. That little town is in the Finger Lakes district of central New York State. But now he resides and works in Atlanta, GA. Stick around for a marvelous conversation as we discover how this small town boy grew up to become one of the most gifted erotic photographers in the country.
Carl and I discuss:
- The wholesomeness of his nudes;
- Getting to know his models;
- His travels — learning about different cultures and mores;
- Early exposure to tantalizing imagery;
- The sensual nature of his non-erotic work;
- Having sex on the brain;
- The sensual and the mundane;
- The dramatic aspects of the erotic;
- The allure of the taboo.
Click on the thumbnail images below to see a slideshow of some of Carl’s work.
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