Welcome to this week’s Artist Spotlight, coming together as a community by learning more about our Artists’ most inspiring ideas and practices, as well as a few of their favorite things. Dive in with dangerous woman Brynn Black through Faulkner, deep dish pizza and beyond. Now come and meet your Ebony addiction…
What are some of your favorite aspects of being a content creator?
BB: My favorite aspects of being a content creator is being able to bring my creative side to life. I am a very creative person, and being a content creator allows me to bring my ideas to life.
How would you describe your style as a clip producer and Artist?
BB: My artistry style is a mix of being perverse, yet sultry.
What is the most memorable or noteworthy moment of being an Artist?
BB: I have only been a part of the IWC community for about four months, but my most memorable moment was when I received my first huge clip order from a fan. It’s a wonderful feeling, and makes you want to work even harder.
What are your favorite categories (fetish, JOI, roleplay, humiliation, etc) to perform in and why?
BB: JOI and Blackmail-Fantasy are my most favorite categories. I enjoy them solely for the fact that they allow me to really go dark and harness the perverse side of my persona.
Please describe your ideal fan and what this person could do to impress you.
BB: My ideal fan is addicted to me! They binge my clips religiously and tribute regularly. That’s the only way to impress me!
Would you consider your work as an Artist to be your lifestyle, or do you enjoy a balance/separation between being an Artist and your personal life?
BB: Brynn Black is definitely an extension of who I am. I enjoy turning her on for content creation and turning her off in my vanilla life. It creates a healthy balance for me.
Please describe what being in the moment as an Artist feels like to you… Is it a rush? Exciting? Expected? Anything in between?
BB: It is always a rush! Once I am in front of the camera Brynn comes alive! No rehearsal, and no prepping. I believe my best clips have been the ones where I let it flow naturally.
If you had a theme song that played every time you entered a room, what would it be?
BB: “Dangerous Woman” by Ariana Grande.
Who is your favorite actor/actress and why?
BB: Meryl Streep. She oozes dominance.
If you could go to dinner with any celebrity, living or dead, who would you choose?
What’s the one food you couldn’t live without?
BB: Deep Dish Pizza.
What would your catchphrase be?
BB: Brynn Black: Your Ebony Addiction
What is your favorite book?
BB: As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner. I was introduced to Faulkner in college. There are so many hidden meanings and feelings intertwined within his writing, and although hard to digest at times he is still one of my most favorite authors.
What is your dream home location?
BB: Sydney, Australia. I have visited Australia and I absolutely love it! From the people, to the food, to the culture. It is definitely a place I can see myself living permanently.
What is something about you that would surprise your audience?
BB: I’m a solo traveler. I love solo travel. It is the most freeing and rewarding thing that anyone can do for themselves. It makes you really appreciate the kindness and patience that you receive from others, especially in a foreign country. It also allows you to take the off beaten path and really discover!
What was the last job you held before joining iWantEmpire?
BB: I currently still have my full time corporate job. However I am working hard to become a full time Domme/content creator. So hopefully 2020 will be the year.
How did you get started on iWantClips?
BB: I saw a clip teaser from an artist that showed up on my twitter timeline and one day I decided to click on it and bam! Now I have a store too.
What are bad recommendations you hear given to people just starting out in the industry?
BB: That only people with a “certain look” can be successful in this industry. That’s a load of horse crap. There is room for everyone if you are willing to put in the time and work.
What advice would you give to a new artist starting out in the industry?
BB: Take it slow and stay consistent. That was the advice that was given to me and I am passing it along. This is not quick money, but slow and steady does win the race.
Thank you for joining us!