Tattoo Booking

I would like to start this section by thanking you for your interest in my work.  The support is always appreciated whether we end up working together on a project or not.

I like to spend my time working on medium to large sized color tattoos.  I rarely take on black and grey projects anymore but if the idea is interesting enough I may be into it so it can't hurt to ask.  I'm not taking on any smaller pieces under three hours.

I require a consultation and deposit for all new projects.  To set up a consultation e-mail me at  In your e-mail please include what you would like to get tattooed as well as placement and size. 

Just saying you want a tattoo isn't enough information to make anything happen and you won't get a reply.

If you don't live in the area we can do the consult via e-mail and paypal the deposit.

When you come to your consultation please be prepared by bringing any reference material you may have.  If we decide to work together I will ask for a cash deposit at the time of the consult.  The Deposit amount varies based on the scale of the project.  Deposits are applied to the final session of your tattoo and they are non-refundable and non-transferable.

For larger projects I usually book out about three months.  I can usually get smaller one or two sessions pieces in within two months.


Commissioning a Drawing

For drawings I really enjoy working on a wide range of subject matter and it is always fun to hear people's strange ideas.  The only thing I ask is that you do not request me to mimic some other style that isn't my own.

I accept paypal and will ship non-framed art.  I am more than happy to frame pieces for you but it will be local pick up only then.  Both shipping and framing cost will be added to the total cost of the piece.

Turn around times and cost vary based on the size and intricacy of your idea.  We can discuss all of these details via e-mail.

If you are interested in having me draw a custom piece for you please e-mail me at  In the e-mail please include your idea as well as how big you are thinking.  For smaller stuff I generally won't ask for a deposit.  If it is a larger more time consuming project I will require a deposit, the amount will scale with the time commitment.

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