Sunday, December 11, 2011

Updating in Progress...

Happy holidays everyone!!! I have not had many new posts to my blog, but I do journal about all of my adventures as I experience them. I plan to update them to my blog soon. Please bare with me... you will be seeing new posts from this summer and fall pop up randomly.

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

L.A. with FWR

I think Rick, producer of Fem Wrestling Rooms, gets a little jealous of all the traveling his models get to do, so he decided to take a roadtrip to Los Angels and invited me along! I was thrilled to join Rick on this trip and show him the hot spots I know of in L.A.! We had a great time talking about anything and everything on the drive and I am very pleased to have Rick as a close friend. Although I tend to get along with and become friends with most producers I work for, it is rare that I develop as close of a friendship as I have with Rick. He has always supported me as a model and is now a big supporter of me as a producer. He has been a big help in getting me motivated in producing my own BatTracy videos and has helped me out a lot with production. Thanks Rick!

During our weekend in L.A. we hung out with another wrestler of FWR, Helena, who had recently moved there. It was great to see her and hang out with her! She took us to some great places to eat and joined us for a visit to the La Brea Tarpits and the LACMA (art museum) where I got to see the a lot of amazing Japanese and Egyptian art and artifacts. Helena is really into Japanese culture so it was really neat to tour the Japanese art section with her. She taught me a few words in Japanese which are difficult, but fun to say. It's too bad I've forgotten them already :( I then chose to tour the Egyptian art, which has always fascinated me. I have also been in a phase lately of watching documentaries about ancient civilizations. Especially about the pyramids and giant structures. There's no way we did this stuff on our own. Aliens, I'm telling you. Aliens!

The tarpits are locat
ed right next to the art museum and were really interesting! I learned a lot about all the animals that used to roam the area before there were people. Millions of bones have been pulled from the sticky black tar and they supply a majority of the skeletons constructed in museums all around the world. I always thought it would be a boring tour, but it was the opposite. It was a lot of fun! The giant mammoth skeletons are huge and very intimidating to stand under. The teeth of the saber tooth tigers are also quite intimidating. There was even a section where you could watch the scientists work on the bones. They were in a lab, called the "fishbowl", which was surrounded by glass that allowed us to see in. It reminded me of the lab in Jurassic Park where they see the dinosaur eggs hatch. It was really neat.

However, the best part was that we were there during the Tim Burton exhibit! The LACMA devoted a whole section of the museum to Tim Burton for a temporary exhibit of his art and life's work. It was amazing!!! That man's mind is definitely one of the most unique. Even as a child he exploded his overflowing imagination onto paper. It is a such an interesting collection! And of course it included drawings, artwork and costumes from all the movies he has worked on including Batman, Edward Scissorhands, Mars Attacks, Nightmare Before Christmas, Corpse Bride and several others. My favorite was probably the Beetlejuice room. It was full of all the crazy characters from the movie, with most displayed in blacklight. It was so cool and I can't do it justice with words. If you are a Tim Burton fan, this is something you should find a way to see. It will be at the LACMA through Oct 31, 2011. Or least Google it for images ;)

We also spent some time at Venice Beach. We couldn't go to LA without going to the beach! Also, for Rick who hasn't been there before, Venice was the place to go. I've been several times, but it is always special to take someone who has never been. All the street performers, musicians and vendors provide such a great atmosphere. Rick was able to pick up a nice collection of lucha masks for wrestling and I got an awesome hat for Burningman. It's a warm fuzzy hood in the form of a wolf which I have named Wolfie! So original huh!? Rick looked at me like I was crazy and had no idea why I was buying something so silly. I wore it the whole day and I can tell Rick was a little embarrassed to walk with me. But he realized how fun it was once I started to get compliments on it. I even had compliments yelled at me from the street while I wore it driving around in the car, lol! Rick knows how cool Wolfie is now :) I can't wait to wear it at Burningman!

Wednesday, June 15, 2011


I love working with art and glamor photographers, but a majority of the work I end up booking is shooting for fetish producers. I think this is because I have a lot more fun acting and I love learning about all the various fetishes people have.

My friend Jamie Daniels is a model turned fetish producer and has been pushing me to produce for a little over a year now. She has been a great mentor to me in this industry and her encouragement and motivation has been a big push to help get me started filming my own videos. She told me not to worry about what to shoot, just start shooting stuff and if I listen to my fans and read the forums, I will find the direction I need to go in.

She was right! I found my path in the direction of the super heroine! I had been getting a lot of emails lately from fans that loved me in videos where I play the character Batgirl. One fan, wrote me to tell me that there was a entire thread about me in the Ultimate Superheroine Forum. I was surprised to read how much people enjoyed me playing Batgirl. It was great!

I quickly came to the realization that I could utilize the suit and my enjoyment of playing the campy character to shoot my own Batgirl videos. I have yet to see anyone else shoot with the classic Batgirl suit and play the character the way that I do, so I figured filming BatTracy videos would be a great idea. Look out world wide web, BatTracy is out looking for adventure!

Wish me luck!

Sending out hugs and love...

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Holy 80's Katy Perry!

I absolutely love Katy's new video. It reminds me of all my favorite movies growing up =)

Sunday, May 29, 2011

Live Wrestling Show

I've worked with Rick with Fem Wrestling Rooms for a few years now and he is one of the best producers I work for. Not only has he become a great friend and his shoots are a ton of fun, he treats us to fun events like a live wrestling show! I have never been to one and was super excited to go! It was such a great time. I love getting in the ring and getting thrown around or putting the moves on others. But to watch professionals put on a show, that was a real treat. They are amazing and have some awesome moves. I'm all pumped up and excited now! I have new moves to try out in Rick's ring :)

Saturday, May 14, 2011

How do you look in a Mustache?

Had a blast celebrating my friends 30th birthday. They are twins! Isn't that fun!? I always wished I had a twin. Anyway, they got a fun corkscrew as a present.

Kevin says, "this is neat, but I don't know if I'll actually use it"

So I grab my camera and found an excellent use for this novelty gift... Entertainment!

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