At a young age, I was captivated by the permanence of the tattoos on my father and grandfathers’ arms. As I grew older, my interest in tattoos, music and culture began intertwining leading into a voyage of graffiti art. After years of practicing the medium, making the move from graffiti to tattooing was the perfect fit for me. I’ve now been tattooing professionally for 14 years, specialising in blackwork, pattern work, dot work and abstract concepts. Real tattooing from real tattooers.
I live and breath for tattooing – averaging eight hours a day, six days a week for close to nine years. I want to produce the best work I can and I’m willing to do whatever it takes to achieve it. I keep up to date with most styles and I can turn my hand to pretty much anything. Over the years, realism is the aesthetic I have excelled in the most, especially in monochrome. Culture can change at any point and – it’s hard to commit to one style when you enjoy them all.
After pursuing various artistic paths I have finally found my strongest medium and feel settled and inspired as a Tattoo Artist. Tattooing was always my true focus and After completing my apprenticeship , I’m finally doing the job I dreamt of. I find nothing better than coming into work, being myself and getting to tattoo for a living . I feel so rewarded at the end of the day knowing this person has trusted me to tattoo my artwork on their body forever. I am still young and relatively new to tattooing, But I feel my strengths lie in black and grey realistic tattooing , as this is something I’ve always been passionate towards in other artistic forms. However, I am happy and capable to work in other styles.