Quotes (13)

  • I love [Los Angeles]. My parents don't care about my work. I had a good upbringing. I didn't come from [a] battered or sexually abusing family . . . I plan to stay in this business for life.
  • If everybody hung around this business for a month they'd see it's not bad. It's been good to me.
  • Contrary to rumor, I never did anything gay. I challenge anyone to show me the tape.
  • I don't have any best friends in the industry. You can't qualify business associates as friends.
  • I have more bad [sex] scenes with American chicks than I can possibly think of having with European chicks.
  • [asked if he worries about contracting HIV because of his work] It concerns me, but it doesn't worry me. I am out of the loop more now. I used to work 20+ days a month, with a lot of different girls. Now, I work maybe six or seven days so I'm not as exposed as I used to be. To be perfectly honest with you, there are different levels of talent in this industry--A-, B- and C-level people. Fortunately for me, I'm on the A list. I get to work with top girls, I can say no when I want to. Every time a case arises, it's from brand-new people or someone from the bottom of that talent list. I'm not usually in contact with any of those people, so I am very isolated."
  • I'm very much into discovering new talent. I very rarely repeat a girl in the same series. If I do, she is very special. People buying my movies will always see new faces.
  • Making a good [porn] movie is like baking a cake. You have to have the right ingredients, the right guys, the right girls. If I don't have them, I won't shoot.
  • [on directing] I'm very simple. I do what I do, and I feel comfortable doing it, and as long as I'm 100% happy with it, I don't care what A.V.N. [Adult Video News] or any critic has to say. It doesn't mean squat to me. You won't hear me getting mad about a bad review--mark my words on that.
  • [on his thoughts after his first sex scene] I knew that I wasn't frightened off by it. I started getting some phone calls and sent out some photos and resumes to get more work.
  • [about his directorial debut, "Tampa Heat", and the challenges he faced] Learning everything. I got on a plane to Tampa, turned on the camera, without even knowing how to white balance and started rolling. Luckily I came back with a product.
  • [on Viagra] For me, the day I have to use it to get through a scene, I will retire. I will not become an eyesore to the industry. There are a few guys in the business who should be retired. They know who they are. If they had any self-esteem, they would quit.
  • [on if he gets recognized in public] Usually. Some people will be with a certain person in their lives so they can't say anything. I pick up on that a lot. For some reason, black guys recognize me everywhere I go.