Holly Randall attending the Free Speech Coalition Awards in 2009
September 5, 1978 |
Holly Randall was named after Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center where she was born. She rode horses competitively for 13 years, and quit after she won the 3 day eventer's Preliminary Championships.
Randall began taking photography courses by the age of 12, and started working when she was 15 shooting modeling portfolios (including that of her little sister who was signed with Ford Modeling Agency).
Randall was 20 years old and a student at Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California, when her mother asked her to help her with the family run web site Suze.net. She returned home and began shooting for suze.net and, by 2005, her work had graced the covers of every major American adult magazine.
In 2004 Randall became interested in video production and started directing and producing all of movies for her mother's website, suze.net. Then in 2008 she launched her own production company, Holly Randall Productions, and her own membership website www.hollyrandall.com. In May 2013 her website joined the Met-Art network. Randall's numerous clients include Twistys, Playboy, and she is a prolific contributor for adult magazines such as Hustler, Club, High Society, Australian Penthouse, Hot Video, and many others.
Holly appears in The Sex Factor where she performs photoshoots for the female contestants, and eventually for the winner of episode 2. Holly is also the judge on season two of DP Star, a contest where aspiring girls compete to win a big contract with Digital Playground, a high end adult entertainment company.
Randall is a contributing photographer to many sex guides published by Quiver Books, such as "The Little Book of Kink", "Acrobatic Sex Positions", "Oral Sex Deck", "Hot Sex Tips, Tricks, and Licks", "The Complete Photo Guide to Great Sex", and "The Secrets of Great G-Spot Orgasms and Female Ejaculation."
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- Randall, Holly (2009). Erotic Dream Girls. Frankfurt, M.: Goliath Books. ISBN 9783936709391.
- Randall, Holly (2011). Kinky nylons. Frankfurt am Main: Goliath. ISBN 9783936709506.
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