Sunday, June 30, 2013

Review: Whipped Cream by Andrew Grey

Whipped Cream

Oi! This was HOT. H.O.T. HOT! (fanning face frantically here!)

Former model Brent Phillips now works the other side of the camera. He makes his money on senior portraits but wants to create an art exhibition. His only problems are lack of a central image and a three-week deadline.

Enter Brent’s friends, who resolve to discover the perfect model for his project. They find him in Tristan Greer, a college student who left home after coming out and is trying to make ends meet.

Though initially reluctant, Tristan agrees to work with Brent to capture the image Brent wants—a gay version of Herb Alpert’s Whipped Cream album photo. It turns out the camera loves Tristan, and the photographer may as well.

Any attempt for any sort of review is futile when all I could think of is: THIS WAS HOT! and the story was great too!!!

Do forgive my lack of words, so I am just going to rate this with a resounding 5 Stars.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for the wonderful review. I love it when I can make a reader speechless.