I believe in fun. I believe that a tattoo is a time stamp in your life, engraved on your body. I can be the segue for getting that mark. That responsibility means introducing clients to new ideas, making them comfortable with working out those ideas, and giving them attributes they can display with pride.
I believe in hard work. My own hard work will be recognized by my clients and friends, and will encourage them to make the most out of every tattoo.
I believe in the long haul. Both in your tattoo and my career. Continual progress is necessary for self-actualization; if you’re not moving ahead, you’re falling behind. I set milestones and celebrate when they’re reached. And then I reach further.
I don’t take myself too seriously. I’m comfortable in my skills, and can joke about my weaknesses. It’s always easier when you’re the best!
I believe that it’s just as important to be prepared for a small tattoo as it is to be prepared for a large one. Proper, smart preparedness increases the satisfaction derived from any activity, including mental preparation.
I believe in science. I believe in ongoing education. I’m committed to the peer review process, the application of cutting-edge science, the debunking of myths, and the benefits of active debate and discussion.
Above all, I believe in myself and my clients!