Sssh and Sensual-X Release ‘Stranger in Venice’

Sssh.com founder and award-winning director, Angie Rowntree announced the release of “Stranger in Venice,” a co-production with Dennis Claes of Sensual-X.

A photographer since 1996, Dennis Claes followed his passion for narrative imagery into film. With the rise of model-driven platforms and the demand for more erotic content, he decided to explore new creative possibilities. Under the name ‘Sensual-X.be‘, he started producing adult music videos, consistently putting women in powerful roles and celebrating their sexuality.

“Shooting in Venice has been a dream project of mine since I first experienced the city in 2008,” Claes said. “I’ve always seen it as an unattainable dream, but Sssh made it real.”

“It was truly a pleasure for me to find not only a kindred creative spirit in Dennis, but also a marvelous visual storyteller who very much aligns with Sssh’s vision of female-driven scenes with real passion,” said Rowntree.

“Working with Sssh has been more than just a production; it’s been a truly supportive experience,” said Claes. “It’s nice to see how they truly care about the people involved in the production, making sure they are safe and taken care of.”

Stranger in Venice” features real-life couple, Anneke and Nick: “so everything you see is intimate and genuine,” Rowntree explained. “I couldn’t be happier with how everything turned out. The immersive scenes shot around Venice are that kind of decadent fantasy our members love.”

Claes stated: “Working with Angie showed me a whole other kind of environment that understands and appreciates what you are trying to do as a creative; not only that, she helped me realize that there is so much more I can achieve.”

“I cannot wait to collaborate with Dennis again,” Rowntree agreed. “I look forward to seeing where our imaginations and cameras can go next.”

Stranger in Venice” is available at both Sensual-x.be and Sssh.com.

Follow Dennis Claes on Instagram to see more of his work.

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