2008 Title Family

Randy Carmenaty
American Leatherman 2008


Randy won his first title Oil Can Harry’s Mr. Leather in 2008. As RU for Mr. LA Leather 2008 he then competed and won American Leatherman 2008 followed by IML 2010 when he finally retired from the sash race. He has since produced the last 3 Oil Can Harry’s Mr. Leather contest as well as numerous fund raising events.

His dedication to LGBT youth causes has raise over thousands of dollars for several charities as well as awareness. One of his hobbies is to produce step-aside videos for titleholders, including a docu-video “Mr. LA Leather: The Decade”.




Joan Norry
American Leatherwoman 2008




Joan joined the Alameda County Leather Corps in 1999 and was president of the club twice before running for and winning Ms. Alameda County Leather 2006. She was ICF Woman of the year in 2005 and 2009. During the 10 years she has been a part of ACLC she has helped produce event raising over $300,000. Joan was nominated for Pantheon Woman of the year in 2009. She ran as an independent for American Leather Woman in 2008 winning the title and bringing it back to the bay area. She is part of Mamas Family (Mamas Cynic).




boy Chris Scherrer
Americanl Leatherboy 2008

Photo by Mike Maez.

boy chris started his leather life in 2004. Thunder in the Mountains was his first leather event. He won the Mr. Wrangler Leather title and competed at International Mr. Leather in Chicago of May 2005. After attending American Brotherhood Weekend in 2005, he decided it was time to have a boy's group in Denver, and he is a Founding Brother and former President of the Denver boys of Leather. In July 2008, Chris became American Leatherboy at American Brotherhood Weekend in New Orleans. Chris presented at the Ascension Fetish Ball events in Colorado Springs, the Exile Fetish Ball events in Denver, and the Atons Gopher Run XXI in Minneapolis. In past years, he served on the judging panels of Mr. Leather Colorado, American Brotherhood Weekend, Heart of America, Great Lakes Leather Alliance, and International Deaf Leather. Chris is the current President of Rocky Mountain Leather Alliance, working to encourage fun and camaraderie to the Denver leather community.