The below is a list of trusted photographers who have worked with sex workers and are known for supporting the industry. They've taken photos across a number of sites and worked with escorts across the globe in a range of different styles.
To submit your business as a trusted photographer please email us proof of at least 5 escorts you have worked with in the past and sites your work has been featured on. We only accept photographers who have worked with sex workers before and are established within the industry. If you know a photographer who should be on this list, shoot us an email via email@example.com and we'll reach out to them.
Hustle and Bank Photography - Sex Worker Run
Mischief Lane Media - Sex Worker Run
Escort Photography Laws
Annoyingly each state does have different laws around sex work, including how you advertise. As it currently stands, Victoria is the only state which has restrictions on what you can and cannot show in your photos. You can find a brief outline of the current laws as found on Scarlett Alliance below. For further detail, please see Scarlett Alliance
"Sections 5a, 5b and 5c of the 'Sex Work Regulations 2016' state: " (5) An advertisement for a business carried on by a sex work service provider that is published on the Internet may contain a photographic or other pictorial representation of a person which is not restricted to the head and shoulders, provided that the advertisement does not contain a photographic or other pictorial representation of—
(a) the bare sexual organs, buttocks or anus of a person, or frontal nudity of the genital region; or
(b) bare breasts; or
(c) a sexual act or simulated sexual act...
Sheer underwear may be worn but it cannot be completely transparent Very short shorts, hot pants, thong and G-string underwear can be worn but it must cover the genitalia and anus of a person This includes – the use of head hair, shadows, censorship bars or blur/special effects, another body part or product to cover the area Section 5(b):
The nipple/areola of a female’s breasts must be covered in all advertisements Otherwise exposure of the rest of the breasts is appropriate This includes – the use of head hair, shadows, censorship bars or blur/special effects, another body part or product to cover the area Section 5(c)"
Last updated: 2019-05-21