Having worked as Head Curator of exhibitions at many prestigious art galleries around the country, Reynolds is no stranger to fine art. Reynolds now works as a freelance curator for Filthy Gorgeous Media, allowing him to pursue his own personal love of erotic photography.
What is it about an attractive or intriguing woman that turns an ordinary man into a creative whirlwind? Beautiful women served as a muse for Bob Guccione as an artist and as a photographer. The women that are featured on Filthy Gorgeous have served as a muse for photographers from the past, and they continue to evoke inspiration for the future generations. All of the women that are given the title Filthy Muse are timeless.
Deborah Zullo is a Filthy Gorgeous Muse.
Deborah Zullo is a dark beauty who enveloped the room like a strong perfume. Her favorite past time was sex, and she was an aficionada of how to maximize its pleasures. As she says, “I have a passion for candlelit bathtubs, moon-lit beaches, and balconies in the rain, but that’s only for starters.” Her zodiac sign is Cancer, and she embodies the giving characteristics that come along with being born in late June. Her sensitivity for others carries through into the bedroom. “What turns me on the most is turning on a man. I love sex. In bed, I’ll do anything for my man—dress up, playact, whatever is fun and new, whatever leads us into exploring the intensity of our feelings.” The dark-haired vixen appeared in Penthouse, Forum and VIVA magazines. Aside from being a model in fashion and men’s magazines, she has also starred in two movies, Racket and Junkman.
Deborah was born in Chicago, but spent a lot of time in Orange County, California. At the age of 24, Deborah was the Pet of the Month in the November 1977 issue of Penthouse magazine. The relatively private beauty had a large sexual appetite and a free spirit. As she describes, “Fantasies should never stay fantasies. I try to act on my impulses and my desires, to make them happen for me, whether it’s going to Rio when my heart is set on Rio or making love on a desk top behind closed doors during lunch hour. There are no forbidden things. Everything is possible. Everything!”
Prior to being photographed and featured in Penthouse, Deborah was a fashion model, but her debut in the men’s magazine was the first time she had posed au naturel. After she relaxed though, Deborah says she felt wonderfully satisfied. After her shoot for Penthouse, Deborah set out to appear in Racket, a 1979 film that also featured Pet of the Year Victoria Lynn Johnson. Deborah was excited about the opportunity, “It’s a whole new career adventure and I’m looking forward to making more movies and to learning more about acting.”
A woman with this much success earns it because she knows what she wants, and the determination doesn’t end at the bedroom door. Deborah has a definite idea of what she wants in a man. “I like my man to be handsome in a sexy, European kinds of way—strong on the outside with a little-boy vulnerability. And his eyes are very important. You can read a man’s soul through his eyes.”