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'''WykD Dave''' is an British kinbakushi.
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[[image:WykDDave.jpg|200px|thumbnail|WykD Dave]]
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==Activities==
 
==Activities==
Kinbakushi, photographer, blogger. WykD Dave was born and raised in England and currently resides in Derbyshire. He was involved in private SM activities for many years before appearing on the public scene in 2009. He manages two websites dedicated to rope bondage and is active on the FetLife social media forum as well as Twitter. He has studied Japanese shibari with [[Steve Osada|Osada Steve]]. He often collaborates with the photographer Clover.
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Kinbakushi, Photographer.  
  
 
==Alternate Name(s)==
 
==Alternate Name(s)==
[http://smpedia.com/index.php?title=WykD_Dave  WykD Dave] Dave Rickman; WykD Dave Rickman
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[https://smpedia.com/index.php?title=WykD_Dave  WykD Dave] Dave Rickman; WykD Dave Rickman
  
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
c.1988: Was active in private SM play for many years before he began publishing his photographic works in 2009.
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1968: Born.
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2009: Begins tying for photo shoots as well as in clubs.
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2009: Studies with [[Steve Osada]].<ref>“This experience was a revelation and resulted in a complete reconstruction of my tying style and approach.” (From a personal conversation)</ref>.
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2010: Begins to give public performances
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2010: Produces a series of kinbaku photo shoots with Clover Photography.
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2011: Teaches at Shibaricon in Chicago, USA.
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2011: Teaches and performs at Twisted Leprechaun, Ireland's inaugural kink convention.
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2011: Performs at the London Festival of the Art of Japanese Rope Bondage.
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2011: Teaches at the LFAJRB in collaboration with [[Kinoko Hajime]]
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2011: Teaches and performs at LegArti, Italy's first international rope event.
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2013: Ties Lady Gaga for the portrait entitled 'Flying' which was hung in the Louvre gallery in Paris France.<ref>This was also subject of film directed by American Avant-garde director Robert Wilson.</ref>
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2013: Collaborates with the artist Jp Rakehorn.
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2013: Performs at Bondage Expo Dallas from 2013-2019.
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2014: Ties for the film Deadly Virtues: Love.Honour.Obey A drama/psychological thriller directed by Ate de Jong. Staring Edward Akrout,  Matt Barber & Megan Maczko.
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2014: Ties FKA Twigs for the music video 'Pendulum'.<ref>The video went on to garner much critical praise and won the MOBO awards 'Video of the Year' award. Styles collaborated with Japanese stylist Soichi Inagaki.</ref>
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2014: Ties for Tirade magazine's London fashion week edition.
  
2009: Began tying for photo shoots as well as in clubs; studied with [[Steve Osada|Osada Steve]] in order to learn Japanese shibari technique.
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2015: Is a leading organiser of the LFRA (London Festival or Rope Art) with his partner Clover.
  
2010: Began to give public performances; began producing a series of kinbaku photo shoots in collaboration with Clover Photography.
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2016: Travels to Tokyo to learn from [[Haruki Yukimura]].
  
2011: Taught at Shibaricon in Chicago, USA; taught and performed at Twisted Leprechaun, Ireland's inaugural kink convention; performed at the London Festival of the Art of Japanese Rope Bondage; taught at the LFAJRB in collaboration with Hajime Kinoko; taught and performed at LegArti, Italy's first international rope event.
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2016: Begins studying in Tokyo with [[Akira Naka]].
  
2012: Began performing and teaching more extensively overseas; began producing kink content for commercial publications.
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2017: Begins teaching his own style officially.
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2019: Opens Studio Kokoro In Mansfield England UK
  
 
==Interesting point(s)==
 
==Interesting point(s)==
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Was active in private SM play for many years before he began publishing his photographic works in 2009.
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First kinbakushi to see his work hanging in Louvre Museum, Paris (An inverted suspension of the singer Lady Gaga).
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First British kinbakushi to provide bondage and consultancy on a feature film.<span style="color:#0000ff"><sup>[CITATION NEEDED]</sup></span>
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He has studied Japanese shibari with [[Steve Osada|Osada Steve]], [[Kinoko Hajime]], [[Ranki Kazami]], [[Haruki Yukimura]] & [[Akira Naka]].
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He often collaborates with the photographer Clover.
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Has performed and taught in Europe, North America, Czech republic, Jamaica, and Russia.
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==Selected Works==
 
==Selected Works==
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* ''Deadly Virtues(Love.Honour.Obey)'' Bondage: WykD Dave
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==References==
 
==References==
 
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
*[http://wykd.com WYKD.COM]
 
*[http://wykd.com WYKD.COM]
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*[http://studiokokoro.co.uk Studio Kokoro]
 
*[http://rope-topia.com Ropetopia]
 
*[http://rope-topia.com Ropetopia]
  
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<div style="font-size:110%";>'''Social Media'''</div>
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*[http://twitter.com/WykD_Dave Twitter]
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*[https://www.facebook.com/dave.wykd Facebook]
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*[http://www.instagram.com/wykd_dave/ Instagram]
  
  
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Latest revision as of 13:57, 16 September 2020

WykD Dave is an British kinbakushi.

WykD Dave

Activities

Kinbakushi, Photographer.

Alternate Name(s)

WykD Dave Dave Rickman; WykD Dave Rickman

Biography

1968: Born.

2009: Begins tying for photo shoots as well as in clubs.

2009: Studies with Steve Osada.[1].

2010: Begins to give public performances

2010: Produces a series of kinbaku photo shoots with Clover Photography.

2011: Teaches at Shibaricon in Chicago, USA.

2011: Teaches and performs at Twisted Leprechaun, Ireland's inaugural kink convention.

2011: Performs at the London Festival of the Art of Japanese Rope Bondage.

2011: Teaches at the LFAJRB in collaboration with Kinoko Hajime

2011: Teaches and performs at LegArti, Italy's first international rope event.

2013: Ties Lady Gaga for the portrait entitled 'Flying' which was hung in the Louvre gallery in Paris France.[2]

2013: Collaborates with the artist Jp Rakehorn.

2013: Performs at Bondage Expo Dallas from 2013-2019.

2014: Ties for the film Deadly Virtues: Love.Honour.Obey A drama/psychological thriller directed by Ate de Jong. Staring Edward Akrout, Matt Barber & Megan Maczko.

2014: Ties FKA Twigs for the music video 'Pendulum'.[3]

2014: Ties for Tirade magazine's London fashion week edition.

2015: Is a leading organiser of the LFRA (London Festival or Rope Art) with his partner Clover.

2016: Travels to Tokyo to learn from Haruki Yukimura.

2016: Begins studying in Tokyo with Akira Naka.

2017: Begins teaching his own style officially.

2019: Opens Studio Kokoro In Mansfield England UK

Interesting point(s)

Was active in private SM play for many years before he began publishing his photographic works in 2009.

First kinbakushi to see his work hanging in Louvre Museum, Paris (An inverted suspension of the singer Lady Gaga).

First British kinbakushi to provide bondage and consultancy on a feature film.[CITATION NEEDED]

He has studied Japanese shibari with Osada Steve, Kinoko Hajime, Ranki Kazami, Haruki Yukimura & Akira Naka.

He often collaborates with the photographer Clover.

Has performed and taught in Europe, North America, Czech republic, Jamaica, and Russia.

Selected Works

  • Deadly Virtues(Love.Honour.Obey) Bondage: WykD Dave

References

  1. “This experience was a revelation and resulted in a complete reconstruction of my tying style and approach.” (From a personal conversation)
  2. This was also subject of film directed by American Avant-garde director Robert Wilson.
  3. The video went on to garner much critical praise and won the MOBO awards 'Video of the Year' award. Styles collaborated with Japanese stylist Soichi Inagaki.

Notes

External Links

Social Media