Ever since he was a child, Sam Morris felt a deep love for the arts. While growing up in London, he trained as a professional dancer and began building an extensive resumé, appearing in films, television (UK X Factor) and radio shows, working with renowned artists like Lily Allen and performing for Donatella Versace. He’s worked with a number of brands, including Andrew Christian, Lush Cosmetics and Studio Ready.
So, what’s Sam up to now you ask? We sat down with him to find out.
Who are you?
I’m Sam Morris, a queer film & photographic artist from London UK
Who do you want to be?
I want to continue breaking boundaries with the self portrait art porn I create.
How did you get started?
I‘ve taken self portraits of a sexual nature for a long time now, and I wanted to take it to the next level by moving into film, which is why I started my website.
Do you have a favorite pornstar?
I love Francois Sagat. He masters the art of porn star & artist so perfectly. He’s aesthetically so pleasing to see.
What is your member website about and why do people love it?
I create one art porn film a week of myself. So far I have around 80 films. I film everything myself, and capture myself in my most sexual to my most vulnerable moments. People Love it because it’s different. It’s raw, honest, and storytelling. They build a relationship with me through the screen and find ways of pleasuring themselves through that built tension.
Some people accuse you of stuffing your underwear, and you tell them you’re just hung. So how big are you?
Haha. I would never stuff my underwear. I’m around 8 inches. And uncut, hopefully that stops the rumors.
What are you reading right now and why?
I just finished reading Call Me By Your Name and was really taken back to my youth. It’s a beautiful story.
You were the first to start your own site before onlyfans, how did that go and what were the challenges?
It was a nerve wracking thing to do and it was met with a lot of mixed reaction. But it’s the best thing I ever did, it’s like I built my own playground, and anyone can buy the keys. I do wish I’d invented OnlyFans now though because I’d be a very rich man.
Is Instagram on its way out?
I honestly think, if they don’t remove the algorithm, then it will be. The censorship is out of control. For an app that preaches about art etc it’s nothing more than a child’s play thing.
What’s next for you?
Back traveling around the world to work with more inspiring people.
To see and learn more about Sam, visit his website here.