Although the golden beauty of erotic superstar Skye Blue is evident, there is much more to this multifaceted wonder than meets the eye. As an artist, model, muse, and creative force, this ascending star is taking the adult and mainstream entertainment worlds by storm. And for the enchanting Ms. Blue, the Skye is the limit!
Skye Blue is both an internationally published fashion model and adult star. Although her two worlds have at times collided, she remains determined to introduce an aura of class and artistry to the adult film scene.
“At 18, I started camming before signing with a modeling agency and developing a portfolio,” she said. “But when my modeling agency discovered my camming, my agency dropped me. When you’re modeling for companies like Colgate and Target, they don’t like the image of their model with blue hair, masturbating on camera.”
Undaunted, and after superstar glamour photographer Holly Randall discovered her in 2018 and she made her Playboy Plus debut, Skye Blue immersed herself in the adult industry–but on her terms.
“I love exploring this side of myself, but on my terms,” she said. “I won’t do anything degrading. I wouldn’t do anything on camera that I wouldn’t do in the bedroom.”
True to this edict, Skye Blue has made her mark with top-shelf studios, including Vixen, Blacked, Slayed, Blacked Raw, Brazzers, Deeper, HardX, SexArt, Lust Cinema, Wicked Pictures, and many others. 2022 brought her first industry nominations from the XBIZ Cam Awards.
She cites Deeper founder and director Kayden Kross among her favorite directors.
“She is an excellent woman director who does quality, beautiful work,” she said. “She seeks out her performers to help curate content, and she never pressures performers to do anything that makes them uncomfortable.”
Skye Blue’s signature film may just be the newly released The Affairs of Lidia, a glamorous feature released through Lust Cinema, a premiere feminist porn studio headed by Erika Lust and written and directed by the iconic Bruce LaBruce. This beautifully shot erotic comedy, set in the fashion world, casts Blue as a scorned woman and fashion model who discovers her husband Michelangelo (Markus Cage) is having an affair with fashion photographer Sandro (Drew Dixon). So, she plots a strategic, delicious, and very sexy revenge. This film, displaying the pastel visuals of a classic technicolor feature and the empowering themes of a modern chick flick, can be seen here.
“Bruce La Bruce reached out to me and said, ‘You’re a fashion bitch. You can do this,'” she said with a chuckle. “And the results were amazing.”
And premiere feminist porn director Erika Lust happens to think that Skye Blue is pretty amazing, as well.
“Skye Blue is one of our most loved performers on Lust Cinema and XConfessions, and it was such a pleasure for me to watch her performing in The Affairs of Lidia; you can tell she really enjoyed playing her character!” she said. “I loved how peppery, spoiled, and uninhibited her Lidia is. I wish she’ll grace us with her fierce energy again in future productions! Our audience always gets crazy about her.”
In terms of print publications, Skye Blue was voted Playboy’s Muse of the Month in 2019 and has graced the pages of Hustler, Penthouse, and Campout magazines and independent fashion mags like Yume and Off the Rails. She plans and blocks her own shoots for her OnlyFans and Camsoda shows.
Yet Skye Blue does far more than pose. A talented photographer, seamstress, and abstract painter who never tires of studying her art, she has sold her artwork at galleries and shoots professional photos of other adult stars.
“I always invite them to come to me to shoot their portfolios,” she said.
Indeed, Skye Blue’s ultimate goal is to produce erotic art–by appearing in and perhaps directing films that well reflect this edict and ultimately publishing an erotic fashion magazine.
“I’d love to go to a place like Paris with a director like Kayden Kross and an actor like Leo Vice, to film myself posing and masturbating before beautiful landmarks,” she said.
Offscreen, Skye Blue longs to be an advocate for women in this industry.
“We have to stick together. I encourage women to know and set their boundaries and do only what they’re comfortable with,” she said. “And we never should accept slut-shaming. Everyone has sex. We just happen to do it on camera.”