Acclaimed photographer and filmmaker Tammy Sands’ book, I Kiss Girls is now shipping to retailers. Published by Girlfriends Films, I Kiss Girls is a gorgeous book of photography featuring intimate moments with 24 of the beautiful adult starlets from Sands’ DVD series of the same name, also distributed by Girlfriends Films.
Releasing in time for the holidays, I Kiss Girls is positioned to be a top seller and is a quintessential gift or any Girlfriends Films fan. The MSRP of I Kiss Girls is$29.00. To order the book directly from Girlfriends Films’ website, click HERE.
I Kiss Girls includes erotic photographs, candid snap shots,handwritten interviews, and signatures of the models, all providing a glimpse into their real lives.
The 24 women included in the book are:Angela Sommers, Jelena Jensen, Ryan Keely, Taylor Vixen, Dani Daniels, Celeste Star, Brett Rossi, Sophia Knight, Nicole Aniston, Malena Morgan, Lena Nicole, Kiera Winters, Emily Addison, Georgia Jones, Hayden Hawkens, Jana Jordan, Aailiyah Love, Elle Alexandra, Adrienne Manning, Destiny Dixon, Ainsley Addison, Capri Anderson, Aspen Rae, and Bree Daniels.
Tammy Sands says, “Taking on the design, concept, and layout aspects of this book was a huge undertaking, and it’s very special to me for that reason. I Kiss Girls provided the perfect platform to spotlight the up-close and personal aspect of working with each model. It goes beyond the camera lens to profile the real women.”
Sands continues, “The models allowed me to witness moments of great intimacy between them and another, and I feel privileged to have the opportunity to share resulting images with those who appreciate the beauty of women.”
Girlfriends Films owner Dan O’Connell provided the forward for I Kiss Girls. In it he writes, “Tammy Sands is a gifted artist who employs a unique personal vision in every photographic and movie project she undertakes, be it for Girlfriends Films or other companies,such as Penthouse or Twisty’s. When we asked Tammy to produce a book around her photography, she went beyond our initial expectations to include insightful information on the girls’ personal lives…”