XXX Wasteland Interviews Tiffany Tyler

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Adam Wilcox posts www.xxxwasteland.wordpress.com Tiffany Tyler has enjoyed her share of success since entering the adult world in 2009. The tall, slender brunette initially made her name in industry circles with roles in films for top studios such as Danni, Pink Visual and Brazzers in addition to modeling for some of the most renowned photographers in erotic entertainment.

Following a hiatus from porn, Tyler jumped feet-first back into the industry in late-2012 and has resumed her career with a passion by shooting for a plethora of companies including Babes, Immoral Productions, Bang Bros, Addicted 2 Girls, New Sensations and Filly Films. The starlet also performed in several top-rated instructional sex videos for the ISN website.

Tiffany recently achieved a career highlight when she was selected as May 2013 DanniGirl of the Month for the Penthouse-affiliated Danni.com site.

Tyler kindly spoke with XXX Wasteland on the afternoon of May 2 to discuss her DanniGirl of the Month title, the impending launch of her official website, TiffanyTyler.com, and much more.

Follow Tiffany on Twitter under the handle @TiffanyTylerXxX, view her FreeOnes page at this link and check out her Tumblr account here. Tyler can also be found on My Free Cams at TiffanyTylerX.

Tiffany Tyler is represented by 101 Modeling. For interview and media requests, please contact Rising Star PR.

(Special thanks to Acme Andersson of Rising Star PR. Photo #1 courtesy of HAUSOFSE7EN, photo #2 courtesy of Brazzers’ “Love in the Mud,” scene, photo #3 courtesy of @MattReiterPhoto, photos #4 and #5 courtesy of Tiffany Tyler’s Twitter account)

Q: First off, congratulations on being named May’s DanniGirl of the Month. I received the press release yesterday, I believe it was.

Yeah – I saw that you Tweeted that for me, too. I appreciate it.

Q: No problem.

I did my first shoot ever with Danni and I really, really liked the company. I finally told them – I’m super-awkward when I like someone or something (Laughs) – so, they asked me point-blank during an interview when I was shooting for them about a month ago, “How do you like working with Penthouse and Danni?” And I just awkwardly babbled about how basically I was completely in love with them and the entire company, and if I could just be a DanniGirl and never work for anyone else, that’s my ideal. (Laughs) And they called me the next day and made me DanniGirl for the month.

Q: That’s a very cool honor to be awarded.

Yeah, it was really cool. It was really special to me, too, because (Danni) was my first shoot ever and I’m closest to that crew of people who run that site, so it was cool to be taken into the family like that.

Q: Going back a little bit, can you tell us how you entered the adult industry initially?

Yeah – I started as an exotic dancer in San Francisco. It completely changed my entire world view; I came from Sacramento and I was raised in a really conservative family, I’d gone to a really conservative college. I was a little mini-Republican. Then, I started dancing at night in San Francisco so no one would know because I needed money and I fell in love with the career.

It was the coolest six months of my life. I was dancing and living in Sacramento still, so I got off at two and if I drove home, I wouldn’t get home until about four-thirty-five o’clock in the morning. So, a lot of the time, I would just stay in the hostels in San Francisco when I got off work to go back the next day. So, it turned into this whole eye-opening, world view-changing experience – it was awesome.

And from there, I moved to Los Angeles intending to live by the beach – just do a little hippy lifestyle by the beach – dancing in Vegas. I was there three weeks and realized you could not dance the way I wanted to dance in Vegas. (Laughs) So, I started looking for promo modeling jobs online and an adult talent agent happened to be the first person that contacted me with any work. I was already stripping and was like, “Yeah, of course!”

Q: You took a break from the industry a while ago – was it fairly recently that you returned?

It was. I came back in November of 2012.

Q: And you have done a flurry of shoots over the past little while with some of the top studios and talent in the business. Was it a conscious effort to throw yourself back into the scene to that extent or more a matter of the work being offered to you, so you decided to run with it?

It was a mix. I think the way I took my break was – which was not on purpose (Laughs) – it just happened to work out really well given the nature of the industry. I was originally in and had my first little rise as a starlet when I was 22, completely natural. I was actually a little bit heavier – I came in as a big butt girl. I actually still had my hip tattoos at the time, too. So, I built up a fan following as a teen.

And when I took a little bit of a break – I took a break and did girl-girl only and did some feature dancing – I actually got in really good shape. Thinking I would never be in front of the camera again, I finally got my boobs done because I didn’t want to hear all the criticism about such a personal decision and kind of came out on the other side as a completely different-looking model and decided I wanted to start shooting again. (Laughs)

So, I had a decent amount of time away from the industry and when I came back, I came back with this completely different lean, marketable body. So, I definitely wanted to hit the high-end companies that I always liked shooting for and I just got really lucky that they were thrilled to have me back and all the companies I’d always liked actually liked bustier models and thinner models. So, it just worked out kind of naturally that way.

Q: Right. It was also recently announced that you had reached an agreement with the Pornstar Platinum company to launch an official website set for this summer, is that right?

It will be up very quickly. I said mid-summer, but I think they are going to have this thing up as quickly as possible. Nick Melillo and I go way back; I absolutely adore the man, I really trust him. So, when I was looking for someone to run my site, I approached him to see if he would be interested. He was thrilled and we were so excited to be working together.

So, I signed my agreement about a week or two ago. I’ve worked with other companies before and we never got this off the ground. They’re literally just waiting on my content; they’re like, “Get it to us – we want to get this thing up and rolling.” So, they are as excited about this as I am, which is awesome. It will be up pretty quick.

Q: Very cool.

Yeah. It’s going to be a mix of old stuff and new stuff. I’m still shooting for it, so there is definitely going to be stuff with my new body, but also, people who were a fan of me before, I still have that content and that will all be on the site, too of scenes when I was a natural teen, with girls who aren’t even in the industry anymore and guys. So, there will be a lot of good stuff to it – a cool mix of things.

Q: Obviously, you have been in the industry for a few years now, but do you have any specific aspirations in mind for your career down the road?

Yeah – when I came back in, I said I wanted to be a DanniGirl and a Penthouse Pet. So, I just accomplished one of those and I’m still hoping to be a Penthouse Pet. From there, I just really love that company, so that’s really the company I want to work for.

I love to travel. I’m going to start doing feature dancing again, go back a little bit with that. But otherwise, I’m really just always wanting to make a product that I’m proud of and be able to run my own business, and that’s really what I’ve been able to accomplish at this point – running my site, getting to just do the shoots I want, which is really cool.

So, yeah – the answer is … sorry, I get really long. (Laughs)

Q: That’s alright. (Laughs) No problem.

The answer to your question: Yeah, I want to be a Penthouse Pet.

Q: Very nice. Is there maybe one misconception about the adult industry from people outside of it that you wish you could dispel?

I want to think about my answer for a sec. (Laughs)

Q:(Laughs) Sure.

Because they’re kind of canned answers and I want to give a really good answer.

Q: No problem.

I think that the biggest problem is that the girls are stereotyped – and I think we all stereotype people. And the girls as a group are all stereotyped to the extreme – and mainly negatively.

Q: Yes.

And we are all thought of as dumb, drug addicts, trashy, going nowhere in their lives, uneducated – you know, all these things. There are a lot of girls in the industry who fall into those stereotypes and the reality is that most of the ones you actually know about do not.

So, if you’re looking at Julia Ann, Nicole Aniston, Asa Akira, or any of these girls that everyone actually knows about, none of those stereotypes hold true. So, it’s almost like the porn “girls” who aren’t really porn “stars,” those stereotypes kind of do hold true for, but the true stars, they know it’s just impossible to do the job if you are not intelligent, sober and passionate about your work and really hard-working – these girls are really hard-working.

(Laughs) Sorry – that would be my answer: the girls work a lot harder. I take this from my parents all the time – they think that we’re really lazy. And across the board, that is not true. I work sixty to eighty hours a week between everything I do. And so do all of the other girls – they are very hard workers.

Q: Absolutely. May I ask a few questions about yourself as a person if that’s alright?

Of course!

Q: Great – thank you. Can you tell us where you were raised and how you would describe yourself growing up?

I was born in Sacramento. I was a really good girl – Straight-A student. I rode horses growing up, I loved it – just completely a little horse-crazy nut.

I’ve always been really, really shy. I actually still am – nobody believes me. (Laughs) But I’m really shy and impossibly awkward in person. Nothing’s really changed. (Laughs)

Q: I understand you are working toward a bachelor’s degree in English, is that correct?

I am. I’m still working on my degree. I am taking all my classes online so I can still work. That’s the nature of the beast: shoots can happen at any time and you really can’t say, “Oh, can you make me the first call time? I have to be done by 1:00.” You might not. So, I tried going to school online about a year ago and it’s going really well. It fits perfectly after trying to go back to school so many times and having my work get in the way, the online thing is perfect. It’s going great.

Q: Very nice. Do you have a particular career field in mind related to that area?

No, I still actually bounce around. You would be the first person I’ve publicly told this to, but I’m probably going to change my major. (Laughs) I’ve been kind of sticking with it and it really doesn’t matter, anyway, but I just don’t want every interview to have a different major because I have no idea what I want to do with my life.

I’ve realized in the last few years that I really like making things. I really like design. I tear apart pretty much everything and try to build it. I’ve stolen my mom’s coffee table and given it back to her decoupaged. (Laughs) If it’s not nailed down, I might try to make it better.

I love to write, but I also have kind of a natural inclination toward building things. I’ve actually been thinking about going back to design school, but I would still try to swap it so I do everything online and maybe in a couple of years take night classes to finish up what I actually need to do hands on.

Q: How about interests and hobbies away from work?

I do yoga. I’m really, really into my yoga. I don’t get to go nearly as much as I would like to. But I just really like to go to a nice, good studio, sweat it out a little bit, get some perspective.

Other than that, I still ride. I ride in L.A. about once a week. I wish I could go more, but I’m tied to everything. (Laughs) It’s hard to get out there, where they actually have horses. But I still ride when I can get a chance on the weekend.

Q: I did read that you are a yoga enthusiast.

I actually took it for a while myself, so whenever I see that, I like to ask about it.

Q: What kind of yoga did you do?

I did hatha for about four months.

That’s what I like, too. I like hatha yoga.

Q: I read also that you wish to become certified in hatha yoga. Is that something you are still working toward?

I still want to. As I said, I don’t go nearly as much as I want. I’m not a morning person. If I someday become a morning person, then the yoga thing will work out a lot better. (Laughs) I get rolling around in the morning at 9:30, maybe 10:00, and you can hit a morning yoga class or you kind of have to wait until the evening. And you know how that goes: if you don’t work out first thing in the day, then you probably won’t later on.

But, yeah – if I can find a yoga class that fits my schedule and I can wake up and go every day, then as soon as I get back in shape and get a little stronger, I will be in a yoga certification course.

Q: How about favorites – favorite movie, T.V. show, musical artists, etc.?

My favorite movies are Elegy, Vicky Christina Barcelona and I love Anna Karenina. Those are probably my three favorites.

Music, I listen to a hodge-podge of everything. It kind of depends on my mood. Some days, I’ll listen to country, other days I’m listening to pop rock. I kind of just listen to what is on the radio and I don’t really watch T.V. I haven’t had cable television in about five years.

I really like to read. I’m pretty much always reading something and if I’m going to have some down time, I like to make it productive, so I usually just grab my book and curl up and read it rather than just … you know, if the T.V. is on, you just get roped back into it all day, every day.

Q: What are some of your favorite books and who are some authors that you enjoy?

My favorite, favorite book is The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern. I picked it up a couple of years ago and it was just the most creative book I’ve ever read. I was thoroughly enamoured with it. One of my fans, actually, was so sweet – I talked about it so much on Twitter how I kept missing the author whenever I went traveling by like, a week. It’s the only book I’ve ever really wanted signed. I was like, “I just have to have her autograph!” (Laughs) And one of my fans actually went and got me a signed copy of the book and sent it to me. It’s like my prized possession. (Laughs)

Q: Very nice.

Yeah. Other than that, I’m reading The Master’s Muse by Varley O’Connor. It’s fiction, but kind of based on a true story about a ballerina who is married to a choreographer and is stricken with polio, so she can’t walk anymore. I’m only about a quarter-way through the book, but it’s pretty good thus far.

Q: Is there one thing about yourself that you feel would surprise most people?

I am awkward. I am so awkward. If you know me in person – even the people in the industry – the word you would use to describe me is “awkward.” But it just doesn’t come across on camera (Laughs) – or on the phone. For some reason, whenever I’m writing, talking on the phone, or when the camera is rolling, I can flip into this other persona. But in person, I’m impossibly awkward. (Laughs)

Q: Obviously, we discussed some of the projects you have currently going on or upcoming, but is there anything else you would like to put out there?

I think we actually got them all. You do a very natural interview. (Laughs)

Q: Thank you. (Laughs)

It actually all came out. I told you everything. (Laughs)

Q: (Laughs) Terrific. To finish up, is there anything you wish to say to readers?

Just thank you for being loyal fans. I wake up in the morning and I’m just surprised that anyone finds me really relevant or is interested in watching me do anything, including having sex on camera. So, I’m always very appreciative of my fans. I’m really excited that they are taking the time to read this interview, follow me on Twitter and watch my scenes. It just means a ton to me. So, a thank-you to them.

Q: Great. Thank you, I appreciate you taking the time to speak with me today. Have a great day.

Cool, thank you – you, too.

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