Shine Louise Houston

About Shine Louise Houston

As the founding director of Pink & White Productions (CrashPadSeries.com, PinkLabel.tv), Shine Louise Houston has always had unique vision. Graduating from San Francisco Arts Institute with a Bachelors in Fine Art Film, her works have become the new gold standard of adult cinema. During a five year position at the women-owned, sex toy purveyor Good Vibrations, Shine recognized an underserved demand for an alternative to mainstream pornography, and began to create well-crafted queer made porn. Shine’s films have been recognized among the next big wave of women produced porn and have been internationally screened from Amsterdam to New Zealand.

Pink-and-White-Productions-LogoPink & White Productions creates adult entertainment that exposes the complexities of queer sexual desire. Taking inspiration from many different sources, Pink & White is dedicated to producing sexy and exciting images that reflect today’s blurred gender lines and fluid sexualities.

Black-Women-Pornography A Taste For Brown Sugar: Black Women in Pornography
“Shine Louise Houston launches her body into texts in unexpected and subversive ways. In Superfreak, she appears as the ghost of Rick James, whose 1981 hit ‘Super Freak’ describes ‘a very kinky girl, the kind you don’t take home to mother.’ Inhabiting James’ spirit, Shine brings to life a trickster figure bent on turning one character after another into a ‘superfreak.'”
Black-Female-Sexualities Black Female Sexualities
“Black lesbian filmmaker Shine Louise Houston uses digital technology, particularly cyberspace, as her primary architectonic instrument to transform queer pornography. Houston’s ‘hardcore indie feminist dyke porn’ exhibits stunning cinematography, incredibly diverse performers, and fresh diegeses, critically queering renditions of Black female sexuality, while presenting paradigms of pleasure outside the dominant, heteronormative portrayals of Black womanhood in porn.”