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 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.
Patty Mullen Is A Filthy Gorgeous Muse.
Luscious, sensuous, and well-built brunette stunner Patty Mullen made her career as both an actress and model. Although she only acted in two movies during her regrettably short-lived cinematic career, Patty first turned heads with a steamy nude pictorial in Penthouse. With her blonde hair, green-eyes, and 36-23-36 figure, she was startlingly uncommon and unique for her Irish-Italian-Norwegian ancestry. Mullen was the Pet of the Month in the August 1986 issue of Penthouse and then reappeared as Pet of the Year in 1987. Due to her popularity, she also graced the cover of the January 1988 issue of Penthouse, as well as a pictorial.
During the height of her modeling career, Mullen was asked in an interview if she was seeing anyone. “I could be true to one man,” Mullen said, “but I don’t want to be tied down, not right now anyways. There’s so much I want to do, and I need freedom to do it. Being Pet of the Year should help give me that freedom.” Although she was only 21 at the time, Mullen insisted she was romantically unattached, but she’s not unromantic. Without a partner to prevent Mullen from having the “freedom” she craved, she was able to pursue acting.
Although Mullen was well known for being a model due to her success in Penthouse, she made her debut as an actress in 1990 in the black comedy film, Frankenhooker. Very loosely inspired by Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein, the film stars James Lorinz as medical school drop-out Jeffrey Franken and Patty Mullen as the title character who wears a fat suit in the beginning of the film. After his attractive fiancée is cut into pieces in a freak accident involving a lawnmower, aspiring mad scientist Jeffrey Franken is determined to put her back together again. He sets about reassembling his girlfriend using parts from a variety of New York prostitutes. However, his bizarre plan goes awry when his reanimated girlfriend no longer wants just him, but for money will take on anybody, and afterwards try to kill them.