HOW DID YOU BECOME INTERESTED IN FETISH/BDSM?
I love erotica- I think that genre of photography, and literature literally just drew me into fetish modeling. Seeing how the human body can be turned into a work of art- whether explicit or not just captured my attention, and once I learned how to twist my own body into shapes that would excite the mind it all gave way to creating erotica which I could call my own.
DO YOU ENJOY FETISHISM/BDSM PLAY IN YOUR PERSONAL LIFE, AND IF SO WHAT ARE YOU INTO?
Well first off I’m definitely more domme than sub... but as for bedroom antics I’ll keep that between me and my beau ;) But one thing I will say- is vampirism is something which is a mutual like between us both ;)
ARE THERE ANY FETISHES THAT YOU DON'T FIND APPEALING?
I admire the Japanese art of shibari bondage- but rope play is not for me...
WHAT EXCITES YOU ABOUT FETISH MODELING?
I love the fact that you can be all your own fantasies whilst creating new ones for others....
WHAT ARE YOUR FAVORITE TYPES OF OUTFITS TO MODEL IN?
I know it’s predictable- but latex! I’ve had the privilege of working with some of the UK industry’s most fabulous latex designers, with more collaborations in the pipeline. It’s a material that makes you feel sexy, seductive and utterly irresistible- a true minx...
WHAT ARE YOUR LEAST FAVORITES?
Anything tacky-I hate feather boas with a passion.
DO YOU THINK PINUP AND FETISH ARE BECOMING PART OF THE MAINSTREAM CULTURE?
I couldn’t be happier- people are becoming more adventurous and I love the fact that if people want to explore their fetishes and fantasies it’s no longer taboo- and the more people who are happier in themselves - the better for everyone in my opinion!
WHAT KIND OF MUSIC DO YOU LIKE?
It depends on my mood- I love everything from pop to rock to opera- I was trained in musical theatre, so a show-tune or 2 will always perk me up :)
WHAT DO YOU LIKE TO DO FOR FUN?
I love spending time with my friends, shopping and eating out- after all, I'm only 22- I’ve still got time to conquer the world ;)
See more of Emma Alicia:
All "Cathouse Clothing" Images were shot by James Alexander Photography, with make up by Bridget Taylor- wearing Cathouse Clothing's Latex.
All Peter Whitfield images were shot by Peter, with hair and make up by Emma Robinson .
The "Violaceous Latex" image was shot by JCG Photography for Violaceous Latex, hair and make up by Emma Robinson.
The "Morbidly Inclined" Images were shot by Morbidly inclined, hair and make up again by Emma Robinson.
The image by Lawrence Jessop Photography was again hair and make up by Emma Robinson.