Ceara Lynch Takes Us By Storm In Our New iWantClips’ Artist Spotlight
Let’s get right into it…
If you could have one gigantic billboard anywhere with anything on it— what would it say and why?
Ceara Lynch “I’d use it to promote my feature film, “Use Me” – http://useme.movie – with a picture of me Julian Shaw looking disheveled, handing me stacks of cash as I’m looking bomb af.”
Something about you that would surprise your audience?
Ceara Lynch “I lived in Japan my senior year of high school for a year and spoke relatively fluent Japanese at one point. I’ve forgotten much of it now.”
What was the last gift you gave someone?
Ceara Lynch “Plane tickets and accommodations for my family to see my movie premiere in New York.”
What purchase of $100 or less has most positively impacted your life in the last six months (or in recent memory)?
Ceara Lynch “YnM 15lb weighted blanket. Total bed-time game changer. I sleep like someone drugged me every night.”
What is an unusual habit or an absurd thing that you love?
Ceara Lynch “ASMR soap carving videos.”
What’s your favorite 90’s jam?
Ceara Lynch “Porcelina of the Vast Oceans by the Smashing Pumpkins.”
You walk into a market and only buy 3 things. What are they and why?
Ceara Lynch “Ha! Trick question. I don’t buy anything with my own money.”
What was the last job you held before joining iWantEmpire?
Ceara Lynch “Porn shop clerk. Renting out smutty DVDs and selling dildos.”
How did you get started on iWantClips?
Ceara Lynch “I heard about it when it launched but was hesitant about joining for a while because I was concerned about spreading myself too thin and losing my ranking on other platform sites. One day I was talking to an industry peer and she was shocked I didn’t have a studio. She said, “just do it, you’ll immediately make more money.” She was right.
What are bad recommendations you hear given to people just starting out in the industry?
Ceara Lynch “I think people get too caught up in their own esoteric philosophy about what it *means* to be a Domme. It’s a lot of fluff. The best advice should be simple and practical: make content and sell it. It’s ok to suck at first. We all do. You’ll learn as you go.”