Who will judge MML 2020?

Jack Thompson

Jack Thompson — also known as Exile ONYX, is International Mr. Leather 2019! He is a widely respected leather craftsman, performer, and wolf.
Naturally inclined to serve, Jack has been an active member of the leather community for 15 years. He is founding father of ONYX Northwest and current member of ONYX Mid-Atlantic. Founder of Rebel Kings of Baltimore: Drag King troupe. A member of Alameda Leather Corp, and served as the board secretary for Queer Sphere in San Francisco. In 2018, Jack both represented Mr. May in the Bare Chest calendar and became the 2019 Leatherman of Color.
A proud biracial, transgender, HIV-positive Leatherman.
Jack currently lives in Baltimore with his husband, IMBB 2019 and IML 2017 1st runner-up Geoff Millard. His company, Exiled Leather, specializes in leather accessories, such as hanky wallets, harnesses and suspenders. He flags black and navy on the right, light pink and kelly green on the left, and houndstooth down the middle.

Christopher Booth

Christopher Booth is a DC area native. He won the title of Mr DC Eagle 2019 on a platform of accessibility and compassion.
Chris strives to be an approachable titleholder to whom people can reach out to if they are interested in the Leather community. At the DC Eagle, he regularly holds introductory classes to teach fetish and kink, as well as fundraisers for local charities and organizations such as the Triangle Club of DC, Brother Help Thyself, and SMYAL DC. Outside of taking part in political and social movements, such as counter-protests against the alt-right, he attends various Leather events around the country to represent his bar and regional community. He’s also thrilled to help support the first ever Ms. DC Eagle during her title year.
Chris is a graphic designer by trade and enjoys exploring the symbols of the LGBT and Leather communities. He has even used his skills to design graphic tees to support his travel fund.
Ultimately, Chris believes that compassion and respect are critical to the Leather community. Even if we aren’t all best friends, the community can be successful through empathy, communication, and patience.

Jackie Thompson

Jackie is often the quiet one but the first one into any dark corner…usually to stir up trouble! Her philosophy has always been to have the most fun possible and get as many people to join in.
Jackie built upon that belief with the Capitol Bus Crawl which united Leather folks and the best of our Leather bars in the Mid-Atlantic. For over 12 years, the Bus Crawl was an event of “Fun & Fucking up AND down 95! The year she was American Leatherwoman (2017) saw the Bus Crawl happen 3 times raising funds for BHT’s Billy M. Thompson Jr. Memorial Fund and the Carter Johnson Leather Library.
Jackie also continues to be an active member of the Highwaymen TNT of Washington, DC; serving as Dancer Coordinator for their MAL Friday IMPACT dance and is also the owner & artist behind “Tread Paddles.

Staff for MML 2020

Sir Brad

He was honored to serve his local community of Raleigh, NC as the inaugural holder of the Mr. NC Triangle Leather title in 2018. Sir Brad competed at Mid-Atlantic Leather 2019, coming in first runner-up. He was also a member of the 41st International Mr. Leather Class in 2019. Now serving his third term as President of the Red Lions Leather Club, he has been a strong proponent of growing the Leather community in Raleigh and the state of North Carolina through community service, mentorship, and of course having fun! For his work in this area he was named the 2018 Southeast Community Leatherman. He believes everyone has a fetish – some just haven’t discovered it yet! Sir Brad resides just outside of Raleigh with his husband Pup Lucky (Nick) and boy Pup Skinzy (Michael).

Eric Cubby

Originally from Pittsburgh Pa, Eric relocated to Philadelphia in 2014 with his husband of 10 years. He is a pastry chef turned furniture restorer working in private historic homes. In the leather community he is a full member of the Philadelphians MC and the current Mr Delaware Cub 2019. Throughout the year he volunteers with organizations such as Safe Haven Domestic Violence Advocacy Shelter, ACLU of Delaware and his charity, The Delaware Abuse Project.
Eric started attending leather events at the Pittsburgh Eagle in 1999 where he discovered the fetish & kink community. His community goals are to continue to build relationships between the leather & bear community and get more people involved in non-profit based activity.


Kevin is simultaneously the current North American Bear 2019, and Mr. Delaware Bear 2019. By day he’s an architectural historian specializing in historic cemetery preservation, and by night he’s a cat dad and loving husband. For those interested he’s fully vers, and flags black on the left.

More judges and staff announced weekly until MLW!