With pornography at its of height mainstream popularity, even those who aren’t watchers of the “alternative” film genre are curious about what goes on behind the scenes. It’s Just Love, a series by Alps born photographers Sophie Ebrard, not only goes behind the scenes, it offers an endearing window into one of entertainment’s most controversial industries.
After concept scouting at a swingers party in which she met UK porn director Gazzman, Ebrard came away with a renewed appreciation for the aesthetics of sex. Luckily, Ebrard’s new-found acquaintance, Gazzman, was kind enough to invite her onto the set of a few of his films. Slipping into the role of curious bystander, Ebrard was able to humanize the genre and the actors who work within it.
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