Born: Medellin, Colombia
Fresh Off The Bus from: Chicago
How did you get started? I was a dental hygienist in Chicago and [performer Devon Savage] was my patient.
How does that happen? Actually I was kind of disappointed that he showed up because I was just about ready to leave and he was my last patient of the day.. ... But then he walked in with his tattoos. He looked like a really young kid, and I thought, ‘Oh God, it’s going to be a nightmare in his mouth.’ Because most young boys don’t really take care of their mouth. So then we started talking and one thing led to another and before I knew it I was agreeing to let him have my number. Then I went on a date and he told me he was in the porn industry. I didn’t believe him. I actually joked around with him and told him, ‘yeah, I’m a sushi chef.’ But then after a couple of dates I decided to do some research and then I found out he wasn’t kidding.
What was your view of porn before that? I had always had an interest in the porn industry and I had been approached like once or twice by some shady characters but I never really followed through on it. But then just talking with Devon and seeing a different aspect of the industry sparked that interest so... And I’ve always been a very sexual person. So I’m very comfortable with my sexuality and I’m a little bit of an exhibitionist so I’m comfortable being in front of the camera as well.
First shoot: This Isn't Big Love XXX (Devil's Film). ... I liked it. It was a lot of fun. Jack [Lawrence] was fun.
What do you think of sex on camera? I love to share my joy with everybody. I don’t have any inhibitions. I don’t apologize for it. I don’t have any issues with it. ... It comes naturally to me. I think people have been surprised. Like Jack was surprised when I told him it was my first shoot. He didn’t believe me. I think a lot of it has to do with my age because I’m a little bit older.
What is your next shoot? I’m excited about the new film I’m going to be in and that’s for Wicked Pictures. Marcus London’s directorial debut [for Wicked]. The movie is called Sex, Lies and Spies. ... I’m working with Tommy Gunn.
Turn-ons? I love a man’s testicles. I love giving head. And I love spontaneous sex, love it. Any place. No restrictions. The more that are watching, the more I get wet. And turn-ons? The wind. Makes my nipples hard, must be because I’m from Chicago.
And I like to wear skirts to let the air kind of flow between my legs and keep me cool and my nipples hard.
There’s something liberating about wearing a dress or a skirt and not wearing any underwear especially with the excitement of maybe the wind is going to lift my skirt up and someone’s going to get a surprise.
What sexual fantasy do you have? I want to do a scene where I’m having some mad, crazy sex on a rooftop on some skyscraper.
How long were you a dental hygienist? Three years.
How hard was it for you to leave that for a porn career? It wasn’t hard because I am a strong believer in pursuing something that you’re passionate about and I kind of started losing the passion for the dental industry. I kind of got disillusioned with a lot of stuff that I saw and just the whole routine of doing the same thing and never getting any surprises in somebody’s mouth. It just so happened that I met [Devon] at a time when I was thinking to myself that I needed something new in my life, something that will bring that spark back. I don’t think anything’s coincidence.
What other jobs have you had? I worked as a surgical assistant for a while for an oral surgeon. And I did that for like five years. I’ve always had a job in the health care industry.
What are your hobbies? I’m a workout fiend. I like to be constantly challenged. Biking and swimming. I love to cook. I like reading too. The last book I read was “Choke,” a phenomenal book.