Vixen.com! Interested in some vixen porn? Sometimes referred to as “the Steven Spielberg of porn,” French adult film director and entrepreneur, Greg Lansky is known for creating the network of high-end pornography studios comprised of Blacked, Tushy, Vixen, and, more recently, Blacked Raw. Having got his start in the industry by creating successful brands and websites for Reality Kings, he did not start his own porn empire until 2014. In a matter of only four short years, though, his work has become some of the most revered and award-winning in the field. His reputation became firmly secured in 2016, when he won seven Adult Video News (AVN) awards for his production Being Riley, starring the incomparable Riley Reid.
Lansky’s list of accolades does not stop there, though. Not by any means. His productions have amassed, in just four years, nearly as many awards as some of the porn studios that have been around for decades. How did Lansky manage to do this, you ask? Well, that’s simple. By creating nothing but the highest quality films with the most beautiful girls in the world. Lansky has been heralded as being a visionary director who takes porn seriously. He has been quoted on multiple occasions (whether in cover stories for Rolling Stone or interviews with GQ) that he seeks to blur the lines between porn and art.
In other words, Lansky refuses to put out cheap smut. Every single one of his videos and all four of the sites in his network of production studios feature videos that go beyond merely filming hot dicks getting boned in various positions. In fact, his scenes could be accurately compared to pornographic short films. By filming on exotic and stunning sets and situating his films in truly compelling narratives, few pornographers today are doing what sites like Vixen do, and it is glorious.
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- appreciation of their models
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