EPIC WIN – Tamara Sky teams with Playboy, Last Rights, Jared Ryder and Dre Films for video and photo spread

This is all around Miami goodness, just in time for Ultra. This is DJ Tamara Sky’s epic feature with Playboy that was shot last November here in Miami. I’ve been waiting for this project to drop for months and its finally here. I really can’t post the majority of the content as its a little not safe for work, but I can link you to it. Click below to see the photos and the video, along with Tamara Sky’s interview and guide to Miami for Ultra weekend.

Playboy and James Bond. Two time-honored symbols of sophistication and adventure that have been closely associated for decades, beginning with the publication of several Ian Fleming short stories in the magazine throughout the 1960s.

But even a lady-killer like 007 would have his hands full with Playboy Playmate Tamara Sky, a DJ with a spy’s appetite for intrigue and adventure. When Tamara isn’t tied up deejaying for the likes of Donald Trump, J. Lo and Pam Anderson, she’s chasing adrenaline with extreme undertakings from skydiving to shooting automatic weapons.

This week, Tamara stars at the Overthrow Records showcase at this year’s sold-out Ultra Music Festival in Miami. Because it’s been several years since Playboy fans first met Miss August 2007, we wanted to re-introduce Tamara and give a taste of her home base of South Florida with a slight James Bond twist. As you’ll see in the video and photos here—much like Bond, who always accomplishes his mission and gets the girl in the process—Tamara always makes it to the party, no matter who or what tries to stop her. Especially when nude women are waiting for her arrival.

Click here or below to view the feature which includes a music video, interactive map guide of Miami, an Interview and photos (some material is NSFW)…

Shouts to Last Rights (co-director of the video, and handled production duties I believe), as well as Dre Films (also co-director). And then shout to Jared Ryder who handled the photo shoot portion of the project. Everyone did an amazing job. Oh and shouts to Mayday with the backdrop music on the video.