Cannon

Bio

Cannon is a rope top whose style emphasizes intimacy, connection and control. With nearly fifteen years of experience, and teaching and performance credits throughout North America, he brings both authenticity and accessibility to audiences of all skill levels.

Individually and with his partner Killjoy, Cannon has presented for groups such as Shibaricon, AIS, Bound in Boston, Bondage Expo Dallas, Dark Odyssey, and ROPECRAFT.

Classes and Events

May
25
Sat
Decoding Rope Bondage Negotiation with Cannon
May 25 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Decoding Rope Bondage Negotiation with Cannon

Whether you’re looking to tie (or be tied) for the first time, or you’re a veteran rope practitioner with hundreds of bondage scenes under your belt, this class is for you. In this lecture and discussion-based workshop, we will explore ways of using and interpreting language to better negotiate for what we’re really looking for in a rope bondage scene, as well as how to better meet our partners’ needs, wants and desires. We will explore ways to help experienced players feel less like service techs and rope mannequins, and help brand new players get their first taste of rope in a way that honors their consent, and keeps them coming back for more.

Format: lecture and discussion

May
26
Sun
Breast Bondage with Cannon
May 26 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Breast Bondage with Cannon

This hands-on class will teach methods for binding the torso with breasts of any size. Several different ties will be presented, including ties to accentuate (and sensitize!) breasts of various sizes and shapes. We will also present a few tips and tricks that you can incorporate in harnesses you already tie. This class is intended for folks of any gender with breasts/chest tissue.

Rope Bondage Performance with Cannon
May 26 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Rope Bondage Performance with Cannon

While there’s no single “right” way to do rope bondage performance, this class presents one process for designing shows that can work well for a variety of settings and audiences.

This class is intended for experienced rope practitioners who are looking for ways to improve their creative process, and will also offer practical performance advice for both on and off the stage.

A lecture will be followed by a participatory (non-tying) group exercise. Performance partners are encouraged to attend together if possible.