About the Ebook
While working as an online sex worker between 2005 and 2018 I received over 20,000 e-mails from men wanting to meet me, harass me, seduce me or just bloody waste my time.
I have collected these entertaining albeit questionable e-mails that make an interesting social commentary on the state of men who buy sex online. These e-mails are unedited and unscripted, and perhaps should have remained unsent.
Camille was born 1975 is a visual artist, creative director, commercial photographer and photographic theorist. A second-year PhD doctoral researcher at one of the United Kingdoms leading institutes for visual research, the Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media at the University of Westminster. Holding a Masters Degree in Photography from London South Bank University (2017), a Graduate Certificate in Criminology, Melbourne University (1999) and a Bachelors Degree in Science, La Trobe University (1997). Recent work involves found photography exploring issues related to politics, sexuality, violence, feminism, surveillance, censorship and identity. Her research work focuses on stereotyping is a kind of blindfold that enables many to ignore the fact that the marginalised and highly stigmatised are first and foremost people, individual human beings like everyone else. She lives and works in Paris, France.