Friday, December 16, 2011

Favorite Pic of the Day for December 17th

Brody Harris by Rick Day
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Happy Birthday today December 17th

Love actor Giovanni Ribisi who turns 37 today.
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tMf now out!

tMf Magazine’s Winter issue is our biggest yet, jam packed with more content than ever before with over 150 pages of what else? Naked Men! Photographer Dylan Rosser and editor Tye Briggs (moi) once again bring together some of the best photographers, models and artists sharing stories and as always, pages and pages of incredible images! The hotness begins with the incredible cover of model Benjamin Godfre! Inside you will find Dylan Rosser’s new full frontal shoot with Benjamin and an interview where the cover model discusses what turns him on!

Also in issue #3 you will find portfolios and feature interviews with photographers Paul Reitz and Ewoud Broeskma and model Brody Harris. Additional features include a look at the new book The Jim French Diaries about five decades of men from Colt Studios, photographer Marlen Boro talks about finding his niche in the market, Walter Kurtz discussing which man provides him with the most inspiration and Dylan Rosser sharing a selection of images from his newest book Naked. Ricardo Muniz, Mircius Aecrim, Joe McCormick and Turnon Sports complete the third issue!

By bringing the best together in one place, tMf brings you page after page of the best of the male form. tMf is almost a ‘coffee table book’ within itself with beautifully presented hi-resolution images and fun, behind the scenes information you need to know. tMf provides a platform for photographers, models and artists to gain exposure to a wider audience while providing viewers with a publication showcasing the best of the best.

tMf Magazine is an ONLINE ONLY magazine and is not available in print.
ISSUE #3 is out now and priced at just $5.45.
Spend some of your holidays enjoying the male form!

tMf Preview: Brody Harris

Above: Brody by Bill McClaren

'I am very comfortable being naked (I even go to naked yoga class.) For me, the human body is such an inspiring subject for art.'
Brody Harris

Below: Brody by Rick Day

One of my favorite people to interview for the current issue of tMf was model, actor and artist Brody Harris. Brody talks openly about moving from Utah to San Francisco, his experiences modeling naked and the importance of being out. Below are a few pieces that sadly had to be edited out of the final piece. Check out the latest tMf for the full interview and Brody's sizzling portfolio featuring Rick Day & Kristopher Kelly.

How has this played out within your own experiences? Have you ever been encouraged to be more ‘straight’ publicly?

A-LoL no, I live in the city somewhere over the rainbow, in San Francisco being gay is A-ok. In reality, I probably book more jobs because I meet more men in the industry at a bar, online, etc who are gay themselves.

Below: Brody by Licht

Q-In your recent work with Licht, your sporting a moustache, which creates a totally different and unexpected look. At first I was not sure I liked it as well, then those shots became some of my favorites. Was there intent with the moustache or was it just how you were looking on that particular day, you almost have a De Niro cica Taxi Driver look.

A-Actually, I had seen a film called "Bronson." Bronson was such a sexy, bad ass character that I decided to regrow my mustache inspired by him. Licht and I talked about shooting again, and he was excited I had a mustache and we worked with it.

Q- Speaking of De Niro, who are your favorite actors and what are the acting opportunities that you have been apart of in SF?

A-Tom Hardy is one of my favorites, he played Bronson. Some other favorites off the top of my head are Natalie Portman, Helen Bonham Carter, Brad Pitt, umm,, Uma Thurman... As for SF, unfortunately my focus hasn't been on acting as much since coming here but I'm having an itching for it again.

Last two shots from Kristopher Kelly

Q-Although you shot nude with both with Kristopher Kelly and Rick Day there were different feels to both shoots, tell me about those shoots.

A-Working with Kris, I felt he was going for something darker and more sensual. I love the feeling he created and I think the shots are powerful. With Rick and his Players book, we wanted to create something very masculine and athletic. It was a lot of challenging poses and tight flexing throughout. But in the end, he got some extremely sexy shots.