THE ART OF LESBIAN LOVE
The first girl-girl shoot produced by Tony Ward was for Penthouse magazine in 1995. The series featured TW muse Paulette Fallon and an exotic dancer from Cheerleaders, a popular gentlemen’s club in Philadelphia. The house where these photographs were produced had a fame of its own. This was the same residence where the movie “Trading Places”, starring Eddie Murphy, was filmed in the late 1980’s. TW was able to obtain access to the toney colonial style mansion, located on the 1800 block of Delancey Street in Philly, by a unique agreement with its owner. The gentleman requested that he be photographed with his butler, nude. The men were more “side kicks” and companions than master/servant. The butler preferred to be photographed in the buff wearing knee high boots, while masked and revealing a huge erection.
Bob Guccione; founder, publisher and original photographer of Penthouse magazine liked the artists signature grainy black and white pictures. Guccione contracted TW as a senior contributing photographer, and was assigned to produce as much material on lesbian love as possible for the famous monthly publication. This unique relationship between Tony Ward and the legendary Bob Guccione lasted for a decade.
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