By Jason Harris
Sarah Michelle. Photo courtesy of Sarah Michelle.
Sarah Michelle is a model, actress, and wrestler. She has also been named Miss Terror Con. When she first heard about the newest horror convention in New England, it was as “a fan of horror,” she said.
“I was very excited that there was something like this going to happen in my hometown because it’s the first one,” Sarah said. “This is exactly what Rhode Island needs.”
She wanted to be involve in some capacity whether as a spokesmodel, helping out with flyers, or anything else she could do to help out the horror convention.
“I knew I could be beneficial to them.”
She sent the organizers an email and they responded with the idea of Miss Terror Con.
This isn’t Sarah’s first time in the spotlight. She started modeling about seven years ago when she was helping out a friend who was going to school for photography.
“I was really tomboyish. I still am at heart so the whole fashion, glamour thing was really new to me.”
After Sarah started her modeling career, she liked what she doing and was having fun doing it. Within the last few years, she started taking it seriously, she said. Since she loved horror, she started to wonder if there was anyone who would be interested in taking horror photos.
“I found out that there were a lot of people interested in that.”
Through her horror work, she started doing fetish work. When she started, she didn’t realize it was fetish work. She was working with the production company, Damsels in Distress Visual Productions. During the production, there were a lot of close-ups being taken of her legs, which were stuck in the mud. All she was thinking at the time was that it was a job and that it would give her a chance to practice her acting. After being told it was a fetish work, she was fine with it.
“I have always been very curious about different fetishes and things like that.”
After that first experience, she found out about different types of fetishes like bondage and vore, “which is essentially someone being eaten by something.”
She focuses mainly on fetish and horror photos and videos now. She handles her own business. She gets projects through Facebook, Twitter, and email. She has a shoot coming up in New Hampshire, which she got after the photographer saw some of her work on Twitter, she said.
“I enjoy doing it,” she said about fetish work. “It’s a lot of fun. I get to travel.”
Her work has taken to different states and overseas to England where she filmed a quicksand fetish for Damsels in Distress Visual Productions.
“I never thought in a million years I would be going to England especially not for fetish work.”
You can find Sarah’s work by clicking here.
You can meet her in person this weekend at Terror Con, which runs from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.