We believe the best tattoo work is the result of true collaboration and a real understanding of our clients needs. To ensure such a high quality of service, we follow a simple, three step process:
We offer a free consultation before any tattoo session, either online or face-to-face. Whether you bring in a rough sketch or a specific reference, rest assured we will bring it to life. You can always give us complete creative control to create something unique, every body is a blank canvas to us.
With your input, we determine the size and location of the tattoo in relation to your body. We will give you an estimate of the time it will take to create, which may be over multiple sessions depending on the design. We never rush our work and good things come to those or wait (and sit as still as possible)...
When we have finished our work, we will give you instructions on how to take care of your new tattoo. It's essential to take extra precautions during the early stages of the healing process; after-care is important to us, so you can always give us a call if you have further questions. Aftercare treatment is available in-store
It goes without saying (though we'll say it anyway) that we ensure the health and safety of our customers is the top priority. Our studio is spotlessly clean and we use the highest quality inks, single use needles and top of the range tattoo equipment.
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.