Lady Vi also known as the Satanatrix® is a Professional Dominatrix, FemDom Pornographer, Film Artist and Producer based in Phoenix, Arizona. Through the Church of Satanatrix® this unholy icon of international fame is a provocateur and outspoken advocate for the unabashed indulgence of sin.

Her work can be seen on Clips4Sale, IWantClipsJustForFans and House of Gord.

Beautiful, brazen and delightfully wicked. Lady Vi exudes a unique brand of sinister sexuality, instinctual sadism, and natural born female dominance.


Lady Vi is an active member of the BDSM and Sex Positive community. She is an advocate for human rights, ally and social activist who believes in equality regardless of race, gender-identity, self-expression or sexual orientation.

Lady Vi has been a Guest Speaker at the University of Washington (Human Sexuality, Fetishes and Kinks). She has been featured in “The Satanic Coloring Book – Volume 1: Rituals” by Jason Lenox and “The Heart of the Dominatrix: Portraits and Interviews of Exceptional Mistresses” by Inanna Justice. Lady Vi has been a Guest Educator for 7 Days of Domination (Volume IX – Rituals & Gore). Former co-host of InnThrall‘s FemDom Dominion and her private event Debauchery, Lady Vi was known in her hometown of Seattle for bringing people together and creating community.

As an original founding member of Seattle girls of Leather, Lady Vi served on the Board of Directors for  three years as Treasurer and Vice President. Although an inactive member of the Leather community today, she continues to live by the core values of honor, integrity, and service. Lady Vi believes in building community; believing that we all have a personal responsibility to further education so that we may continue to grow, strengthen, evolve, and thrive.

Lady Vi is an outspoken advocate for the decriminalization of sex work. To find your local chapter and learn more about how you can get involved visit the Sex Workers Outreach Project (

Q: “What type of Domme are you?”

A: “Sadistic, sin-seeking, corruption Domme who craves authenticity in scene and service.”