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An Interview with Aurora Snow, Porn Star Turned Comicbook-Character

by Mike Haberfelner

June 2010

For films starring Aurora Snow
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Click here for an interview with SS Crompton on
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You have recently been made the subject of a comicbook, called Aurora Snow: True Stories of Adult Film Stars. How does it feel to be turned into a comicbook character?


I adore being a comic book character! It’s a way of reaching out and getting in touch with a completely different audience. Well, sort of. What comic book collectors and adult film fans have in common is being part of a close knit niche group, it’s flattering to see myself as a bridge from one group to the other.


How do you like your artistic depictions in the book, and which artist do you think has captured your beauty the best?


I love the different artistic renderings in the book. It certainly causes me to step back and see myself in a much more creative light. Some of the artists took creative liberties with my image and it was enjoyable to waltz down fantasy lane with their renditions.


How big was your creative input on the book?


A lot of the writing in the comic book came from me, it was taken from some of my blogs, diary entries, interviews, etc. So the comic book is a very personalized experience.


How were you initially approached concerning the project?


Steve Crompton [SS Crompton interview - click here] of Carnal Comics initially got in touch with me. He proposed an Ashcan to start and then a full comic from there. At the time I had no idea what an Ashcan was and didn’t even know what I was getting into until I attended Comic Con for the first time with Carnal Comics. Seeing the enthusiasm and energy people bring to the comic world is contagious… I wanted more than anything to be a part of that world, to have a place in it, and be a part of the intrigue.


What was the collaboration with Carnal Comics like?


I love the integrity and dedication to the comic art form that I get from working with Carnal Comics. I really enjoy working with Carnal Comics and hope that we can create a series of Aurora Snow adventures…. Real life adventures depicted by Carnal Comics.


Having been turned into a comicbook character, are you actually into comicbooks, and if yes, what are some of your favourites?


Now that I have attended Comic Con and been introduced to the world of comics I am developing quite a fascination with them. I began collecting some of the Hi-Fructose comics. I love the visuals. I like to find comic books that cross between the dark and light sides of humor. One particular image I recall was a joke about Mary’s lamb that ended with the lamb in a bloody puddle. I am drawn to the juxtaposition that represents.


Your comicbook seems to have a very light-hearted, even ironic style to it. How did that come about?


It was a natural development; light hearted and ironic are two ways I would describe how I deal with my surroundings, so it makes sense that the comic being about my life would come across that way.


Whose idea was the very feline depiction of you on the cover of the comicbook?


Steve Crompton, asked if there was a particular way I would like myself to be depicted. Without any hesitation I practically dropped to my knees begging to be made into a cat. I feel a kindred spirit with felines and share many finicky traits, if I believed in reincarnation  I’d swear I was a cat in a former life.  I love cats, and have never lived a day without one. Cats are loving, wise, independent, elegant and versatile, all qualities I aspire to.


Any fun facts about your life that are not in the book?


Loaded question. Where ever to begin? Yes, there are many fun facts to share… But which ones? Hmmm… I must ponder this.


How did you get started in the adult film industry in the first place?


I called a newspaper ad in the Orange County Registrar while I was in my first year of college at the University of California, Irvine. I didn’t want to be in debt when I graduated college, I also didn’t see how I’d ever be able to pay that debt back, no matter what job I ended up getting with my degree. So I answered a newspaper ad for nude modeling. I planned to hate it, do it for the money for a year, then get out and never look back. The business surprised me, being nothing I expected it to be. I also surprised myself by enjoying it, and not wanting to leave it behind as soon as I had planned to. I never expected to make a career out of this, but am happy it worked out that way.


Tell us a little bit about your very first shoot, and were you at all nervous having sex on cam for the first time?


I was so nervous on my first shoot. I didn’t know if I was supposed to wear make-up, I didn’t know that I was supposed to make any noise. I used to be very quiet when having sex and I couldn’t fathom the idea of performing. I quickly warmed up to the idea and began to play with my partners and play for the camera… that took time and a level of comfort that I built up to.


Besides a very prolific career as a performer, you occasionally also work as director of your films. What made you decide to step behind the camera?


I love directing. Quite a bit of fun to see your vision come to life, it takes the creative process a step further.


A few words about your directorial debut, Perverted Tales?


Assploitations was my directorial debut… though Perverted Tales came shortly thereafter. Perverted Tales was my baby, I created the concept, wrote it, directed it, cast it, etc. It was my first venture into a feature-like film, previous to this I’d just shot gonzo movies, which may have involved a central theme but no set-ups or storylines to follow. My boss at Sin City, who I was contracted with at the time, brought me into the office and yelled at me about this movie telling me how bad it was, that there was no market for it, and he couldn’t believe that I did this when he trusted me to turn in a good movie. He later ate his words - even though he couldn’t appreciate the movie, everyone else did and it received great reviews as well as selling quite well. Funny to look back and see the way things turn out.



You have since your debut directed mostly films with the word Anal or Ass in the title (which I suppose is an indication of the movies' content). Why is that?


Anal is what the market demands. I like to shoot what my fans want to see. I believe in catering to the people who want to watch it. Not to mention that seems to be what a lot of people know me for.


Any future projects you'd like to talk about?


I am constantly working on my website; it’s not just my videos, and pictures, but I am very interactive answering my emails constantly and blogging about what happens not only in my day to day life but what goes on behind the scenes, what the cameras don’t roll on. It’s a peak into my life and who I am, the girl behind the pornstar.


Unfortunately not even you will be able to perform in porn forever - any plans for the time after?


Yes, I realize that I have to grow up and get a real job very soon. Still think I’d like to go to law school and become an entertainment lawyer. I am riding out the wave, this has been a lot of fun, and a great career for my twenties, and I plan to squeeze at least three careers out of my lifetime. So next I will either be a lawyer or an author, though not in any particular order. Life’s funny, and while I make these something else may come up and completely change everything.


You also have your own website. A few words about that one?



I just raved about it when you asked about my future projects…


Aurora Snow-films one simply has to watch?


Perverted Tales, Assploitations, and Trained Teens… all classics.


Your favourite on-screen sex partners?


Gauge, Lauren Phoenix, Avy Scott, Holly Hollywood… these are the first four woman that spring to mind. As for guys well, much harder…there are so many I don’t even want to name a top five because I cannot and you really don’t read a long, long list of names.


The one stupid question I nevertheless feel obliged to ask every porn star: What's your favourite position?


Depends on my partner and how they are shaped. Sometimes it’s on top, sometimes it’s doggy style, sometimes missionary. It depends what mood I am in, but mostly how my partner is shaped and in what position he can hit the sweet spot.


You have also appeared in a handful of non-adult movies. What can you tell us about those, and how does mainstream moviemaking differ from porn moviemaking (apart from the obvious)?


Mainstream movies have much bigger crews, shoot a lot more footage and have completely different methods of shooting. Being on a porn set and a mainstream set is like night and day in they way they operate. I enjoy acting, it’s certainly a fun hobby of mine. I have shot a few horror movies in the last few years, they should be coming out soon. One of which is called A place to Die directed by Sage Stallone. I look forward to doing more mainstream productions, I really enjoy performing.


Some people you really look up to - both inside and outside the industry?


I admire people who don’t give up. Who keep pushing through the odds. Right now that’s my brother, Keith. He was in a near fatal motorcycle accident last year and is now a quadriplegic (cannot use his fingers, nor his arms nor his legs - he says he feels like a head stuck on a concrete body). He just turned 25 years old yesterday, and if he can keep going and find things to smile about, then so can anyone else. He has more of a right to wallow in depression and yet he chooses against the odds not to; he struggles everyday to recover movement, just to twitch his finger or be able to control his torso to roll over on his own would be such monumental joy. Everyday I appreciate whatever I have before me no matter what it is because of him and the challenges he must face.

If anyone would like to contribute to my brother’s recovery, a tax deductible donation can be made by going to this site

His name is Keith Smith and he is a spinal chord injury patient.


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I am also partial to All About Eve.


And some films you really deplored?


I couldn’t get into Watchmen. I expected to love it, and yet I couldn’t get there.


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