My latest feature documentary Making Mistress More is now available for sale on DVD. Click here. After spending two year and collecting 100 hours of footage at the rural BDSM training chateau in upstate New York State, I spent last summer editing the hours down to a one hour and twenty minute feature film.
Description: Master R established La Domaine Esemar, a BDSM training chateau, twenty years ago in rural upstate New York. When Mistress Collette leaves the chateau, after eight years as head mistress, Master R begins a quest to find a replacement. He calls upon one of his former house slaves, confidant that with her incredible training in submission she can become a professional dominatrix. He renames his former slave–Mistress More–and begins to groom her to run the household. This documentary follows the making of Mistress More, as she learns the business of being a professional dominatrix.
The documentary is a wrap! It is called Making Mistress More and is a feature length film, at one hour and twenty four minutes. I am currently in the process of submitting it to film festivals for the 2014 season. You can check out the film website here. The DVD will be available for sale shortly. Check here for updates.
On April 13, 2013, I interviewed Dr. Noelle Turner, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, at her university, SUNY Brockport. After twelve years of pursuing her college education, Dr. Turner ended up accruing $213,000 in student loan debt. In this interview, she talks about the process of accruing such a large debt, as well as the impact it has had on her life.
On November 6, 2012, I held two voluntary focus groups with some of my current students at Siena College on the topic of their student loan debt. Here is what they had to say about their current situation in regards to their student loan status, while currently being enrolled as undergraduate students.
I organized a panel of Siena College faculty on October 24, 2012, to discuss the issue of student loan debt, both personally and politically, from their own disciplinary perspective. The panelists included:
Dr. Laurie Naranch, Associate Professor of Political Science
Dr. Jesse Moya, Assistant Professor of Adolescent Education
Dr. Mary Jury, Associate Professor of Education
Dr. Mathew Johnson, Associate Professor of Sociology