“Bruno is an artist who spends most of his time working in residential and commercial design, construction and renovation,” the studio said, adding that his “swarthy good looks” make him a physical match for the masculine, Raging Stallion aesthetic.
Bond shot his first vignette for the company in December. He and costar Steve Cruz clicked and subsequently began dating off-camera. Before signing with Raging Stallion he shot “Red Light” for Mustang Studios under Cruz’s direction.
The men became acquainted via their respective MySpace profiles. “I was always interested in porn,” Bond said. “Steve and I started a correspondence that lasted several months before we started talking about me getting into the business. When I finally met him on the set, I knew that he was the man for me.”
Bond returned to Atlanta and within a month had closed his business, sold most of his possessions and moved to San Francisco. “It has been the best decision that I have ever made,” he said.
“Bruno is a delightful man,” Raging Stallion principal Chris Ward said. “It is very nice to have another Southerner here in the studio. Guys from the South have a charm [and] his looks are stunning — very, very Raging Stallion. We look forward to working with Bruno behind and in front of the camera.”
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