I’m moving to a new North London dungeon! Bigger, better, and made for sharing. I’ll be making it with all the great BDSM equipment I’ve collected over the years, plus some more, and renting it out on an hourly/daily/overnight basis.
Dungeon not Dungeon
It’s been just over a year since I moved into my gorgeous space in Finsbury Park. As you know I’ve spent a lot of time and energy making this place my own and I was hoping to stay here indefinitely, but sadly the owner of the building has decided to sell. I have until the end of April to find somewhere new. I’m hoping to stay in Finsbury Park and have been looking at properties around here. So far I’ve found nothing but there’s plenty of time. Do get in touch if you know anything or think you can help in any way.
Picking the right music to play to is important. The noise in the background sets the mood for what you’re doing. Even if you do just the same thing, a scene to delicate classical piano music would feel very different to one played to industrial metal, trip hop different to jazz. For most sessions I need a beat, and I usually like a depth, darkness and bassiness to the music. I prefer repetitive riffs often, and try not to go for anything too jarring.
Finally my session room in Finsbury Park is ready!
It’s taken blood, sweat, tears and other fluids best not mentioned to bring the ridiculous ideas that have been germinating in my head into the physical world, but they made it. Along the way I learned many things. One that took a bit of adjusting to was that a Finished Session Room is a mythical beast I expect to always be chasing. So whilst I might never be fully satisfied, I am absolutely delighted to present my beautiful creation.