Hey, Fred here.
But you probably guessed that. Professional rigger and photographer, climber and explorer, doctor and ordained reverend, gangster-wizard-ninja-pirate-bunny and full-time munster. I’m attracted to calloused hands and a calloused soul.
From experience, I’ve always found pushing limits and experiencing pain can make you a stronger person. I began playing with overcoming and accepting pain at a young age. That’s probably where my kink started; but as I grew, I found that few people could push my limits the way that I wanted and I was tired of playing alone. This is when I started experimenting with sadism and control of others. Blood, tears and pleas, oh my! As much as I enjoy the suffering of others, especially when it’s for me, pain is meaningless without growth. I’ve been through my fair share of relationships and learned something from every one, and hopefully taught something, too.
I’ve been taking photos since childhood, stealing my mom’s camera to take pictures of my cats. I loved being able to catch a memory in a tangible form that could then be shared with other people. For years, my photography was for myself. Eventually, I realized that photos could capture emotions and thoughts as well as memories. I got off my ass, got involved with Frostlotus Productions, and began to reinvent my photography as a form of self-expression. Later, Rx Productions was created in order to cultivate my own strain of art. Recently, my focus has turned towards developing the technical aspects of my photography, under the guidance of CapturedErotica. Although many of my photos depict kink in various forms, my goal is always to reflect the beauty that is found in darkness. As a personal expression, I want to share my interpretation of the world. As art, I hope that my photographs, once detached from my person, will continue to provoke thought and to cause a dichotomy of emotions in the viewer.
I began tying several years ago after a long involvement in the BDSM lifestyle; initially by integrating a mixture of American and Eastern rope into my scenes, learning casually from a variety of teachers and schools. A little over a year ago, my passion for rope and learning had expanded beyond what the local scene could offer, so I began traveling and seeking out teachers and workshops, both around the country and abroad. Rather than restrict myself to one school of rope, my preference is to learn a range of styles and techniques, from a number of skilled riggers. My aim is to collaborate the various styles, methods, and ties of different teachers into a style that is uniquely mine. I focus on combining the methodological ties of traditional Shibari with the intuitive and reactive chaos of my primal nature. Structured rope is a good skill to have, but preferably used to capture a girl after chasing her through the woods 😉