We’ve (finally) launched a new Jockstrap Central extended gallery and this time around, it’s all about Andrew. To be honest, there were so many incredible photos of Andrew to choose from, I ended up splitting it into two. This is the first part with over one hundred photos with part two coming your way in another few weeks. In the gallery, Andrew is wearing gear from McKillop, Cellblock 13, Nasty Pig and Raw Studio. Be warned, the gallery is uncensored and very explicit!
Although not a model by trade, Andrew has a huge exhibitionist streak so on a whim he took a look in the local classified ads and ended up finding our model callout. It was a match made in heaven. With little model experience but no inhibitions the first shoot was one of our most successful to date. The second was even better when we realized he has no issues not only getting his stunning cock out but to get a boner when needed to show off all the Raw Studio cock rings we needed shooting.
Andrew is exactly what Jockstrap Central is all about – he’s not a cookie cutter career model but someone who’s unique and undeniably sexy. In case you’re wondering, Andrew is Italian currently working in the bar and restaurant industry.
More about our photography: Right from the start, over 13 years ago now, we decided to shoot all our own photos. Partly because we never felt the manufacturer supplied photos did a good enough job of showing off the products in detail but also because we love men in jockstraps and gear and wanted to take a more artistic, sexy and uncensored approach to what is essentially catalog photography. It was the more expensive route to go and sometimes takes us a bit longer to get new products launched on the website, but it’s worth it. I think we’ve created a better experience because of it.
Each of our photo shoots usually takes around four hours to complete and we end up with over a thousand photos per shoot. Often we get caught up in the artisticness and end up with lots of gratuitous, more artistic shots that may now show off the products well but have artistic merit – and that’s where these bonus galleries come in. They give us a place to post some of these bonus photos that otherwise wouldn’t see the light of day. They also serve as an archive of our models and photography when products get discontinued and are no longer available.
So… when you have some time, be sure to check out Andrew’s gallery, just be warned it’s NOT SAFE FOR WORK.