About this Website

P. F. Kozak

P. F. Kozak has had a unique perspective on sexuality since she discovered playing doctor, long before puberty. Once her hormones blended with her imagination, exotic erotic fantasies were born, and stories filled her head. At university, she majored in English writing and theatre, intending that writing would give the burning in her belly a voice.

As life often does, it made other plans. Getting married and earning a living supplanted the dream of writing. Her skill with computers paid the bills. Seemly of its own accord, her career morphed into being a Network Administrator and Communications Specialist for an international shipping company. Writing became her hobby, rather than a career.

However, the dream only took a back seat, it did not die. Writing remained her passion and her joy.  With the publication of her first two books, Passion and Sins and Secrets, being a writer is no longer a castle in the sky. It is real, and it is only just beginning.

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Za-Hazzanani has held a life-long relationship not only with the camera, but also with male erotica. Brought up in a traditional Muslim family, Za-Hazzanani’s early enthusiasm caused some difficulties. Now, far from her hometown and the days of risqué amateur snapshots, she nevertheless continues to shock and surprise, and attract attention to her artistic treatment of the male body.

To produce her images, Za-Hazzanani finds extremes of masculinity and sensuality in her subjects. While she learned photography under the guidance of commercial photographer Claudio Abate in Rome, she has fashioned an individual approach to her craft. The week before a shoot she prepares by pinning up pictures of her subject around her flat and submerging herself in his image. Such total absorption leads to inspired erotic glimpses of the male body that have been featured in Playgirl and the Australian magazine Blue, and exhibited at The Box Gallery in London.

Hovering between realism and imagination, Za-Hazzanani’s playful perspective offers a fresh, direct examination of man.   

                      - Man: Photographs of the Male Nude