Tattooing for nearly a decade now, I have always taken my art very seriously. I have been drawn to illustrative artwork since I was a child and my love for it has only grown over the years. Tattooing was the first artistic platform that truly let me explore my love of illustration. Even as a new tattoo artist, I always enjoyed when my clients would bring me their stories or let me take the things they love and create a story through art. I always found this style to be the best way to provide a unique one of a kind piece of art for my clients. As I came up in the tattoo world I have continued to push myself creatively, trying to find new ways to tell classic stories or work with classic characters like mermaids, birds, and mythology. I have been very fortunate to find a voice in the tattoo world and with it reach out to those clients who share my love of illustration. I now have the privilege of artistic freedom. I create many of my pieces from my own imaginings and seek clients who feel they resonate with the work. I intend to continue to push the limits of tattooing and illustration on skin, breaking rules, and testing boundaries. From size to color combinations and dynamic compositions. I am truly looking forward to the future.
Why I use Cheyenne
I started using Cheyenne in 2012. I prefer to use Cheyenne because it eliminates having to bring a lot of different machines and settings when traveling, and also at home. It just streamlines your process, making you more efficient, because you just have one machine, you turn it on, it runs, it does the job and it does the job which people used to have five machines doing.