Alison Rey Interview

Episode 1 of “Between The Sheets With Alison Rey” just came out, so we had to get the deets from Alison herself.

Get to know the star a little better.

Can you tell us more about yourself and your work at Adult Time?

I’ve been an adult film performer for seven years, and I’ve been working behind the scenes for about two years. I’ve always loved the creativity involved in production, and getting to shoot for Model Time during quarantine was the first time I really felt like I was able to express myself artistically in an adult production. I’ve shot quite a few scenes for Adult Time, countless scenes for Girlsway, and a few scenes for Pure Taboo. I also work as a production assistant for the Anatomik crew, and, most exciting for me, I am now director of my very own Adult Time project, “Between the Sheets with Alison Rey”!


Where did the idea for your new series come from?

My original idea for Model Time was to shoot a scene through the lens of an adult performer’s significant other. I had originally intended for it to be shot POV, but as the project evolved, it became more of an inside look at the home life of an adult performer, which oftentimes includes their partners helping them with work. When I saw the rough cut of “The (Real) Girlfriend Experience”, I was over the moon with what the editors did with our footage.

I was so proud to be a part of a truly reality-based scene, and, in thinking about how fans would perceive it, I thought they would be interested in getting an intimate look at other performers’ lives. So, I emailed the lovely people at Adult Time and told them my idea, and they were more than happy to help me create a full concept for this new series and allowed me the freedom to shoot something truly unique and special.


Which couples would you like to see featured if we continue the series and why?

There were a few couples I didn’t get a chance to shoot though, and I think their episodes would be particularly unique. Dee Williams and her husband are involved in the kink scene. Jack Vegas and Ziggy Star go on all sorts of adventures off-roading. Riley Nixon and her husband go on tons of camping road trips. Seth Gamble and Kenzie Taylor just got married. Karla Lane and Mo Reese are in a polyamorous relationship.  Robby Echo and his fiancé, who happens to be a fan he met online. 

There are so many more couples I’d love to get to know better, but I’d also like to expand this series a little bit from shooting couples only and include real life relationships in the industry. I’d like to feature any kind of relationship, such as roommates and best friends. I  haven’t yet started research on people in the industry that are really close friends or roommates, but I’d be interested in showing viewers who performers are as humans.


What’s something interesting you learned about a performer during the series?

I think the most interesting thing I learned was about  Lena Paul. She talked about her goals and moving to her hometown Kentucky to start a business to help boost their economy and create jobs for people. I knew she was a smart girl, but I had no idea she had a philanthropic side to her, and I think it says a lot about who she is as a person.


What’s your process before going in and meeting the couples?

I was lucky enough to have met all of the people we shot prior to even starting this project, which was helpful in casting, since I knew who would be very open about the intimate details of their lives. Before booking a couple, I did a video call with them explaining the project and my goals, and asked them what facets of their personality they would like to showcase. Together, we came up with three different topics of interest. 

For example, Michael and Siouxsie wanted to show their flow arts, talk about their social activism, and give us a look at Michael’s photography. The most important part of each phone call was making sure that each person in every couple was comfortable with getting a little bit more vulnerable on camera than they might be used to normally.


What do you like the most about being in the adult entertainment industry?

I have to say my favorite thing about being a part of this industry is feeling free to be myself. Most of my life, I felt like the black sheep because I was different from everyone else, I embraced my sexuality, and I was a little bit weird. I think the outside world is much quicker to judge than the people I currently surround myself with, and I love being able to go to work every day and know that I am accepted for exactly who I am.


Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

It’s really hard to say. There have been a lot of exciting opportunities presented to me in the past year that make me think I’ll still be around the industry behind the scenes. I don’t see myself performing in five years, because I plan to start a family around that timeframe. So I’m not sure if I’ll still be working behind the scenes, or if we will have moved away for the next chapter of our lives.


Any exciting projects coming up?

Not at the moment, I’m getting married in five months, so my energies are focused on my upcoming nuptials. I hope to continue this project should it be well received, but other than that, I’m taking it easy until after he’s pronounced Mr. Rey


Stream episode 1 of “Between The Sheets With Alison Rey” and let us know what you think!

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2 years ago

I seriously hope that you will give Alison a budget to do more than three episodes of that series. The first two episodes were really good and I’m sure next week one will be too.

But please just real life couples, that would look like any other porn scene without that reality element and the series would lost that little something special.

Last edited 2 years ago by JimmyS_Que
2 years ago

Amazing 😍