To help save valuable time, I created this section to give you more insight into getting an appointment scheduled. In order to help combat the overwhelming messages coming through multiple platforms, please email Emails are typically responded to in 1-3 business days. I am currently scheduling for May.

Although I try my best, I can not accommodate everyone’s requests. I do my best to estimate the time needed for each appointment. If you are getting a multiple session tattoo, you can schedule the amount of hours that you know you are comfortable with, after consulting with me. If you do not know your pain tolerance, I would recommend a 3-4 hour session to start with. You are committing to the hours you schedule.

I typically design tattoos 1-3 days before the appointment and present them on the day of the appointment, and make any necessary changes then.

A deposit agreement will be required to set an appointment. The deposit gets applied to the final price of the tattoo on the last scheduled appointment. Most deposits are $100, but may be more for larger tattoos or multi-session scheduling. For convenience, I can send an invoice via email, with 3.5% surcharge fee. Invoices expire at the end of each day. So only request one when you are ready to pay it.

Starting June 1st, 2020, my hourly rate will increase to $200. Day rates will be available. Clients with ongoing tattoos will have until the end of 2020 to get their tattoo finished at the same rate it was started at.

Cash is preferred on the day of your appointment, but we accept cards, for a small fee.

Our address and phone number are posted in our contact page as well as our Facebook and Instagram pages. Thank you for taking the time to read this. I look forward to creating great artwork for you.

Current rate:$150 per hour

In your initial email please include the following;

  • Your first and last name
  • Phone number
  • Your idea and any reference pictures if you have any. Include as much detail as possible. Do you want color or black and grey? Placement on the body? Are you open to artistic freedom? Are there specific things you do or don’t want in the tattoo? If you are inquiring about a coverup, please include a picture of what needs to be covered in the initial email.
  • Possible time frame your looking to get it done
  • Any limitations such as budget or time
  • Send email to