It wasn’t until 2011, that my father and I bought a “tattoo kit” online. I always had the ability to mimic what I see on paper, and that’s why I believe my father let me use him to practice. I had some help from a licensed artist, he showed my how to setup my machine and upgraded them with better parts. My father passed away in 2015 and that had a huge impact on me tattooing at all. For over a year I hadn’t touched my machines , until I saw an old childhood friend of mine that owns Ink Me Tattoos and they were looking for an artist. Thus began my 14 month apprenticeship. I have been licensed with the state of Rhode Island for about 4 years and continue to get better everyday. I love to do black and gray realism , color is also fun to me.
Old School (Traditional)
Black & Gray
Trash Polka Style
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