Durano Named Hot House Art Director
SAN FRANCISCO — Falcon Studios Group President Chris Ward has announced that award-winning adult performer and Falcon Studios Group A-Team member, Jimmy Durano, has been promoted to Art Director of Hot House.
Durano, who appears regularly in front of the camera as a dynamic top, had also served behind the scenes as the Hot House graphic designer.
Joining the staff of the company nearly a year ago, Durano — who studied multi-media design and production in college — was added to the Falcon Studios Group art team as a graphic designer when Hot House merged with the San Francisco-based studio.
On the eve of his one-year anniversary, Ward named him Art Director of Hot House for his superb photo editing, retouching and design skills as well as his keen artistic sense and knowledge of the Hot House and Club Inferno brands.
When Durano isn’t behind a desk creating the erotic covers of Hot House and Club Inferno features and all their supporting image assets, he’s in front of the camera performing award-winning scenes for Hot House, Falcon Studios and Raging Stallion, as well as other major studios in the industry.
In Durano’s new role as Art Director, he will have a more active role in driving the creative vision for Hot House and Club Inferno, and he will work closely with the photographers and directors of features to ensure that vision is executed.
“Jimmy Durano is an invaluable member of our team both in front of the camera and behind the scenes," Ward said. "His well-deserved promotion to Hot House Art Director is a testament to his keen eye, his artistic sense and his amazing design skills.
"He’s stayed true to the Hot House brand in all the work he’s done, and he’s added a fresh look to the images and designs he’s created since becoming part of the Falcon Studios Group a year ago.”
“I’m grateful and honored for this promotion to Hot House Art Director,” Durano said. “It’s great to be appreciated for my work in all areas of adult entertainment, especially for my behind the scenes skills. I want to thank the entire staff of Falcon Studios Group for welcoming me almost a year ago, and for giving me the opportunity to show my value as an artist.”