Actor and social media star Matthew Camp (Getting Go: The Go Doc Project; Hurricane Bianca: From Russia with Hate) stars in a 3-part docu-series called Camp Chaos.
Produced by Men.com, the project is described as “a provocative meditation exploring formative sexual memories.”
Shot in the form of a hybrid documentary/experimental film/art project, Camp will share a distinct sexual experience from his life, then recreate the formative sexual memory in explicit detail with a new partner.
Blending reality and fantasy, the aim is to offer a true, authentic ‘what you see is what you get’ portrayal of Matthew Camp.
Check out the very sexy and cool trailer. Warning NSFW:
Camp Chaos will also serve as a kind of ‘time capsule’ documenting where gay relationships and encounters are in a post-online dating and social media world.
“I feel like it’s important as gay men that we exercise our right to want to have sex, to make content with it, and profit off it. It’s sort of a revolutionary act,” says Camp.
In February, Camp told Attitude Magazine, “It’s important to document sex because there’s nothing wrong with it, there’s nothing shameful about it and there’s nothing crazy about it. You should be able to watch sex as entertainment.”
Following the project’s world premiere at the Inside Out LGBT Film Festival in Toronto this past May, Camp Chaos will have its American debut at Frameline International LBGT Film Festival in San Francisco on June 28th, 2019.
The first episode, different from the film festival episode, will be available to stream on Men.com June 28th.
The hunky social media phenom has also designed his own line of t-shirt and leather gear fashions, and launched a line of provocatively named fragrances (8.5, Transgression) that are inspired by, and conjure up, his memories of working in bars around sexy men.
Last December, I had the chance to chat with Camp on my podcast just as he was prepping the new Camp Chaos project.
An intoxicating blend of good-looking country boy with a side of danger, I found him to be thoughtful and well-spoken. It’s a disarmingly charming equation.
And in a world were so many of us are taught to be ashamed of sex instead of celebrating it, his sex-positive message is a welcome one.
Hit the play button below for my chat with the charming Mr. Camp.