These Photos are of recent tattoos that I have made on my clients. I try to be as intuitive as possible when working with my People to make sure they get the piece they want. Meeting in person is a big part of that for me. Contact me in the link above to talk to me about your ideas. thank you for visiting.
This is a piece in progress! Check back for the finished piece!
Acrobatics on the broomstick!
California Poppies, Calla Lillies, and Lupine on this California native living in the PNW. Sprinkler geeks unite!
The second half of this sleeve in progess on the toughest lady I've personally tattooed. Honey bee and Pomegranates.
More on Anjuli. Pomegranates and blossoms
More on this sleeve. Snake and Gardenia's
I was given free reign on this piece. loooooove it!
Ink style crows on this cool chick from Seattle.
Ink style crows on Jen's arm.
I filled in the gaps on this leg sleeve with waves. There's more above that band too.
Fe(lix) already had the raven and I just spiced up the lines a bit to make it a little crisper. Then I added all the fog, castle, rose buds, moon and stars above Raven. Super fun and amazing client!
castle add on
castle add on
I loved drawing this and tattooing it. Thank you Thank you!!
This was exciting to do because I've never seen it done. I'm very happy with the result and the trust!
Secret of Nihm and free reign. Thank you and more like these please!
Detail of Ms. Brisbee
This client loves flowers and wanted a delicate piece that was death inspired without looking too grim. Delightful to design and tattoo.
I love half dome (who doesn't) and was honored to make this tattoo. I'd love to do more like this.
Tayah likes dark tattoos with dark subject matter and I felt like I did a great job creating a flip side to Rod Sterling in this tattoo of a woman wearing a plague mask.
Another shot of The Plague Girl on Tayah's sleeve.
Rod Sterling commemorative tattoo on my very reliable baby sitter. Tayah traded me sitting for tattoos and I very nearly completed her left sleeve.
This is the very back of Tayah's half sleeve, between The Plague Girl and Rod Sterling.
The inside of Tayah's arm.
This piece was so fun for me. I love doing line hatching work. Eilena's friend from collage made this awesome drawing and I made the tattoo. Thank you for sitting so well and trusting me with so much of your body.
This project was intimidating for me to stencil, but turned out to be way easier to get on than I had imagined in my head. In 3 long sessions we completed this piece. WOW! I'm still obsessed with the way it looks on this incredibly beautiful person.
Detail from the 2nd session of Eilena's Circle of Life front piece.
Detail from 2nd session on Eilena's Circle of Life front piece.
Bob had an old tattoo he felt he had grown out of and wanted crows on his arm instead. The left image is the before photo I took. I designed the crows flying across his arm on my IPad in an artistic style as he requested.
This is the after photo of Bob's arm. This tattoo was made in one session.
Hand poke tattoo done in someone's room fixed up nicely with a bee.
I tattooed the filigree between existing tattoos.
Ah, Chandler! What a great client. I love doing work for this man. He picks fun stuff and we have a great time collaborating to make these pieces really his own. Thank you again, friend.
This is the healed photo of Candler's tree.
I loved tattooing this palm on one of my favorite clients. He always brings me fun pieces and is delightful to talk to. I also made the tattoo on his ribs.
This single session piece was oh so much fun. 8.5 hour sit and one small touch up session 2 days later. I am so in love with the finished product. Chrysanthemums and Day lilies with a Dire wolf skull on the inside arm and honey comb in the ditch.
Dae wanted the moon phases on his lower knuckles and I was happy to tattoo them. Those poor pinkies took a beating.
This client and her mother love the famous Michelangelo painting and I loved replicating it on her arm! Thanks for the fun!
Robbie is a mountain woman. She brought a design of endless mountains and I cleaned it up and made it tattooable in the ol IPad. Very interesting person to talk to.
A couple simple sprigs on my dear friend.
Beautiful rosary, flower and stars memorial piece for her dearly departed family members. I love the stars in this one!
I very much loved tattooing and drawing and chatting with Elizabeth. Fun times!
This lady brought an image from a comic for me to tattoo on her back. I love the way it turned out.
I drew these while working at Valor and tattooed them on Rhia this week. A pleasure to tattoo a rose bud sprig.
Fe(lix) is an awesome person and brought me an image of Queen Anne's Lace (a favorite flower of both of us). He let me talk him into tattooing his armpit. Champion.
From the popular band logo to this client's arm.
This lovely client likes trees from many climates.
Tongue in cheeck feminist tattoo. I adore the subject matter.
This client wanted beautiful black roses. I made this drawing from a photo of roses I liked. This tattoo was made in one session.
Simply designed on this first timer. She sat so well. The ribs hurt.
Client supplied this beautiful image to be tattooed on her back.
Minimalist style mountains look so clean on this lady.
This first time tattoo recipient wanted something fiercely woman with sunflowers. She showed me some images she wanted and I put this together for her. She sat through the whole 3 hour tattoo without a break. Tough as nails. Thank you for your trust and awesomeness.
Tyler came to me with a collage of ideas for an America styled half sleeve. This was a one session piece.
Cherry branch with no flowers in brush style. I love this one.
I was supplied with the poem and told to make it real black and abstract. This was super fun.
This client had some existing flowers tattooed on the upper ribs and wanted a more substantial piece added on and flowing with her body. This tattoo was made in one session.
Anne feels like the buffalo is her spirit animal at the moment. She also wanted to add a Native American mandala pattern she found in a book. Also, we love space.
I love these tattoos. Interesting client with awesome reference pictures. She sat like a statue. Thank you!
This tree tattoo matched in size a small arrow about 2 inches long that was on the other arm. Tones of super tiny dots! Fun work!
After a memorable trip to the redwood state park in California, this man came to commemorate the trip with a fairly large tree silhouette. It is a striking image on his leg.
This walk-in client came with a supplied design, but I had a blast tattooing it.
This tattoo is so rad to me. I am grateful for awesome friends who get my paintings tattooed on their bodies. I would like to make more largescale work like this!
More of Felicity's leg
My client is an art history buff who adores Georgia O'Keefe. We used the classic painting as a line drawing and I whip shaded to bring it to life on her skin.
Morgan had a poor quality tattoo covering another tattoo. I had her send me an image of the existing work and "reworked" the design on my ipad then fixed up the design on her leg.
This is the start of a fun piece on my friend Nichole. She and I both love Heather McClean's art and we tweaked it a bit do do a coverup on her. Thank you for the fun piece. This piece is based off of the painting by Artist Heather McClean.
An inspiring quote by the clients father made dainty with mico sized lettering.
This client wanted black and grey dotwork flowers tattooed down her spine. She gave me free reign and I had a great time. Thanks girl.
I did this custom backpiece over an old tattoo and spiced up the butterfly in the corner. Thank you for the fun tattoo.
Tyler wanted a black and grey tiger with clear blue eyes. Tattoo is based on an image he supplied me with.
These sisters and their uncle came in and all got variations of the solar system tattoo on their arms. Thank you for sitting well and getting cool stuff, guys! Salude!
This was not my design, but this little Halloween flash was just too cool to not post up. Thank you for looking!
Funny Reno tattoo