JJ: Welcome to Inside the Porn. It's great to have you here.
How did you get into the industry?
Millie: I got approached by a photographer when I was 17 who wanted to shoot some commercial/fashion images with me. I decided to go along and try it out and really enjoyed it. I set up an online portfolio and once I’d turned 18 I was asked if I would like to attend a ‘Glamour’ test shoot. I wasn’t sure if I’d like it at first and didn’t know if I’d be doing it again but it turned out that I absolutely loved the shoot, I had so much fun getting my kit off and the rest is history!
JJ: It's easy to see why the photographer spotted you. You're absolutely stunning.
What's the best thing about the industry?
Millie: The opportunity it's given me to travel and the fact I’ve met some amazing and talented people. I’ve formed life long friendships with people who I’d never have gotten to meet if it wasn’t for the industry.
JJ: There's a lot of amazing people in the industry and its easy to meet some amazing people.
What's been the worst thing about the industry?
Millie: Shooting when you don’t particularly feel sexy or when you’re really tired. Sometimes the last thing you want to do is dress up and pose in front of the camera but you have to get on with anyway. Rude or disrespectful photographers, also.
JJ: It shows great professionalism that you just grind through the tiredness and still look amazing.
What's the funniest thing to happen to you whilst working?
Millie: I had to read off an auto – prompter recently while stripping out of my lingerie. The script was an erotic novel and I kept stumbling over my words and finding it so hard not to laugh at what I was reading. I think the scene had to be re - taken about 10 times, thankfully the photographer also found the funny side of it too.
JJ: What are you doing work wise at the moment?
Millie: I’m still shooting regularly and I also webcam model on various sites, too!
JJ: Where can people find you online?
Millie: I'm on Twitter: @milliefenton, Instagram: milliefenton01
JJ: I have to say your social media is well worth following. You post some amazing stuff.
What's the best thing about sex and what really turns you on?
Millie: I love when I reach orgasm. No better feeling. The things that really turn me on are confidence and a sense of humour. I like someone with a cheeky, playful side.
JJ: The question which tells me most about someone is the what's your favourite film?
Millie: There’s a few! I’m a big fan of the Quentin Tarantino films.
JJ: Congratulations you've passed the test haha. Great choice.
What's your favourite holiday destinations
Millie: As long as the suns out and there’s a beach for me to sunbathe on, I’m happy. The Costa Del Sol is nice!
JJ: Well there's very few people who would complain with sun, sea and ..... Sangria.
Tell me one thing about yourself I wouldn't know just by looking at you?
Millie: I can be really shy sometimes, believe it or not!
JJ: I'm sure people would be surprised to hear that.
What been your biggest achievement in life or work?
Millie: The first time I was published in a national paper was a definite high point - I think my biggest achievements within the industry are yet to come though.
JJ: You have a very bright future ahead of you I am sure of that.
What's been the most challenging thing you've had to overcome?
Millie: Learning to be confident in situations when I don’t feel it.
JJ: I can only imagine that's a very difficult thing to do, you seem to have mastered it judging by your work.
What's the best thing a fan has ever done for you?
Millie: I love it when fans send me things from my Wishlist. I always send them a personal selfie back to say thanks!
JJ: Fans must appreciate that you take the time to thank them with something personal like that.
What's one piece of advice you'd give to someone getting into the industry?
Millie: Be versatile. Don’t be afraid to try new things and take the opportunity’s when they’re given to you. Make the most of it!
JJ: That's great advice. You never know what one of the opportunities will lead to.
What do you think you'll do once you leave the industry?
Millie: I’m not entirely sure. I’d like to work with animals though.
JJ: At least you have a rough idea what you'd like to do which is a great start.
Finally, what's the weirdest rumour you've heard about yourself?
Millie: I don’t know. I’ve not heard any rumours about myself in a long time and that’s how I like it!
JJ: Well I'm sure it's going to stay that way because I doubt anyone could spread stuff about you.
Thank you so much for being with me today. It's been an absolute pleasure and I look forward to seeing even more of you in the near future.