Fresh off their visit to Austin to make their exclusive line of Fleshjack toys, the boys take Chicago and the 2011 Grabbys.
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The boys will get molds made of their mouth, ass and cocks to be sold exclusively by Fleshjack.
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Behind the Scenes: Marty Stevens (and his dog Bielko)
Marty Stevens holds a unique position within BelAmi. He was one of George Duroy‘s first photographic models in 1991, and has worked with him continuously ever since as a cameraman and photographer. Marty is also the guardian of Bielko, the energetic and clever Jack Russell Terrier who has become the unofficial mascot of BelAmi (don’t tell Paris, the canine resident of our Hungarian office, or Lukas Ridgeston’s pup, either). Bielko has readily adapted to life on a film set and knows exactly when to curl up for a quiet nap when cameras are rolling. He greatly enjoys keeping our boys company and has taken it upon himself to lift everyone’s spirits during long production days.
Marty was one of George Duroy’s first models. After changing his name to Marty Stevens he worked as George’s second camera man, eventually becoming indispensible to the company by virtue of his talent, his reliability and his sense of humor. He directed the first story of “Souvenirs” (the one with Kristian Jensen) and directed or co-directed the “101 Men“, the “Personal Trainers” and “Boywatch” series of videos. Marty directed the hardcore movie “Puda: The Attic” (Forum Studios), more or less shot like a Bel Ami flick, but with a smaller budget. He is in charge of Bel Ami’s model search and casting department.
How did you first meet George Duroy?
A friend of mine asked me if I wanted to shoot a photo layout for an American studio. It was a little bit unusual and the first time I shot nude pictures. But it was fun for me. A new experience.
You had never done any modeling before?
No, nothing. Except for maybe a movie, a shot for a couple of seconds that played on television.[More…]