While at the BRAZZERS studio in Las Vegas earlier this month, Shayla LaVeaux sat for a brief (3:51) Q & A with Bucky Beall for PEEPERZ.COM. The question I showed in the above sample resulted, partly, in this answer:
“…Talent can be their own publicists. You don’t have to count on having a contract and having a company market you…that with the internet and twitter and everything like that…you’re able to…uh, kind of be your own, um, publicity agent.”
If words alone aren’t enough to convince you to go the PEEPERZ site to check it out; I promise you that if you can stay all the way through it — there will be boobz.
In the 03/16 update for www.shayla.com Michael Ninn re-debuted (which is not actually a word, so — APRIL FOOL!) his HD restoration of Scene 1 from FEM ARIA (2002). Well, it was really only the first two-thirds of the scene that were included in the update. The first segment was the solo sequence featuring Shayla LaVeaux; the second segment was similar but spotlighting Jenna Haze. Now, the restored Scene 1 is finally completed with the inclusion of the G/G component.
In his most recent feature release, THE FOUR (2011), Ninn’s photography was influenced by the chiaroscuro techniques of Baroque painting. He has not freed himself of that influence yet, because he tries doing that here with images taken a decade ago. His intent is to make it seem as if the light is being generated from within Shayla’s body and radiating outward. Ninn’s results are mixed, but the flawless beauty of the main ingredient cannot be disputed.