Evil Angel Signs Jessy Jones as Director

Evil Angel Signs Jessy Jones as Director

LOS ANGELES — Evil Angel has announced the newest addition to its directing roster: 2017 XBIZ Foreign Male Performer of the Year Jessy Jones.

“It’s such an honor to be joining the Evil Angel family,” Jones said. “I’ve been a fan of the company for a very long time — it’s an incredibly successful brand. I’m proud to have been asked by Buttman himself to use my artistic knowledge and experience to create something new and exciting.”

Evil Angel founder John “Buttman” Stagliano said, “Jessy is young, creatively driven and hung. I look forward to see what he can create. He seems to have great sensibilities about what is hot.”

Company CFO Adam Grayson added, “Evil Angel has always been about staying relevant and finding the ‘Next Big Thing.’ Porn is a young man’s game, and we’re excited to have Jessy’s young energy pushing Evil Angel forward.”

Jones, who is 31, said, “I’ve always been a dominant performer. I love rough sex and shooting gonzo. I want to work with the best in the business to produce top quality content that will appeal to current and new Evil Angel customers and website members. I want my work to be known for the details: dirty talk, memorable tease, lots of wardrobe; strong casting with surprise appearances; great camera angles, multiple cum shots, and lots and lots of ass play. I’m a perfectionist, and I always like to bring the best out of my coworkers to create scenes that I would love to watch myself.”

Evil VP of product Chris Gentile remarked, “Jessy’s planning all sorts of reality-driven anal content with our fans in mind. Everyone knows Jessy is an incredible performer, but few realize he’s also an alumnus of UCLA’s film program. We believe this will give him a unique edge in his projects as an Evil Angel director.”

Jones, originally from the Canadian city of Edmundston, New Brunswick, concluded, “I’m obsessed and passionate about porn. From a young age, I knew I was going to be in it and make a living of it. I used to tell everyone, and they’d laugh at me. I did lots of mainstream work after graduating from UCLA, like documentaries and TV shows. I’ve always wanted to create and direct my own line of films. I’m happy I’m getting the opportunity to show the world my vision.”

Image courtesy of Jones’ Instagram.