Treasure Island Media
Paul Morris began as a drifter, drifting around the Southwest, hustling, working as a janitor, and eventually stealing his first video camera in LA. He read a lot and he got into some trouble.

When he was 19 he enlisted in the Navy, hoping that it could give his life some structure or purpose. He served for nearly three years and was considering making it a career. But he ended up in the brig, having been caught on base at a gloryhole (that he had made). He was given a dishonorable discharge, ending what he had hoped would have been a lifetime supply of young men to service and videotape.

He moved to New York, hustling and making private tapes. He moved to San Francisco, hustling and making private tapes. A relative died, leaving him some money. So Paul decided to try Art School to study videomaking. He was tossed out for setting up a gloryhole in the performance gallery and taping hustler buddies sucking each other off.

He drifted for a while, using up the money he'd inherited. He lived in beach towns. He wrote some; he tried school again. Eventually he moved back to San Francisco where he met Bob Jones and other professional pornmakers. They encouraged him and taught him the basics of the business. Paul started Treasure Island Media, naming the business after his favorite childhood book. In 1998 he made RAUNCH LUNCH, his first commercial porn video.

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