CHATSWORTH, Calif. — AVN Hall of Famer Stephanie Swift has signed with talent agency L.A. Direct Models and is available once again for boy/girl scenes.
"I wanted to change things up," Swift told AVN. "I took a break [from b/g], because 14 years of it is a long time, and I wanted to give the body a break a little bit, and also I thought maybe the demand would be a little bit more if I hadn't done it, and I was right."
Swift has laid relatively low since ending her longtime contract with Wicked Pictures in early 2004, but she's sporadically performed girl/girl scenes during that time. She scored an AVN Award nomination this year for her scene with Francesca Le in Girlvana 3 (Zero Tolerance), which captured the 2008 Best All-Girl Release trophy.
On her return to boy.girl performing, Swift said: "I'm probably within my last two years of being in the industry, and then I'm completely done being in front of the camera. So it's a time thing. And that's just a decision I need to make."
Swift's first official return to boy/girl was a magazine layout for Club International with Tommy Gunn and Jenna Presley. She has since appeared in a Wicked Pictures feature directed by Brad Armstrong.
Swift plans to shoot as much as she can with the goal of amassing content for later use on her website, www.stephanieswift.com. She hopes to eventually direct her own movies.
In the meantime, she said she's very pleased to be with L.A. Direct, "and everyone seems to be very happy with the decision I've made, too."
To book Stephanie Swift, go to www.ladirectmodels.com.