Do you ever wonder how it's possible to get outdoor shots of a naked woman? Not the isolated-Swiss-mountain type shots, but rather the kind of everyday outdoor nudity you often see - girls outside city buildings, or on Fifth Avenue like we did with Alece? It's not easy. Take this set of Hayley as an example. The fire escape outside our studio looked like an inviting place to shoot, and even had a bit of leafy coverage to camouflage us from prying eyes on the street. But we are surrounded by apartments and housing complexes, and so we knew that unless we were fast and creative, someone was going to throw a fit and call the police. So we devised an ingenious plan. Dwayne and our assistant Cat went out to the front of the building with his camera. Leanne and Hayley scooted up the fire escape. For fifteen minutes, Dwayne diverted attention by pretending to take photos of the fully-clothed Cat goofing around on the sidewalk (at one point she was hanging from a tree branch singing "The Sound of Music"). Dogwalkers and mothers out for a stroll gaped. They pointed and stared. And they didn't even notice the nude woman posing on the fire escape not thirty feet away. It was a little nerve wracking (in some shots you'll see Hayley glancing over to see if we've been seen), but it was also a lot of fun. Thanks to Hayley's bravery and Cat's vocal stylings we were able to get a quick, fun set right out in front of everyone. Enjoy!