Thank you for your interest in getting tattooed with me. Check out to see if your question is listed below. If you would like a more detailed response, feel free to call me or come by the shop, and I will be glad to answer any and all questions you may have. Thank you!
How much would <enter tattoo idea here> cost?
I do not give quotes via e-mail nor over the phone. Come down to the shop and speak with me about your ideas. If you’re on a budget, please disclose that to me from the beginning.
How do I care for my tattoo?
Click here to download our aftercare sheet. If you have any further questions, please call or come by the shop to speak with one of our employees.
Can I go swimming after getting tattooed?
It varies, but you should give all tattoos at least two weeks before swimming or submerging them in water.
Can you sketch something for me to see if I like it before I get it tattooed?
Any and all drawings will require a deposit prior to any designs being worked on.
What are your hours of operation?
I work Tuesday through Saturday from 12pm to 7pm.
Can I bring my friends, family or children to a consultation or appointment?
No one under 18 is allowed in the shop. Keep in mind that my work space is small, and it fills up quickly. It’s always best to NOT come in groups if possible. Spectators can add stress to our other clients and to me while I work.
Do you accept walk-ins?
Yes. Feel free to give me a call to check availability or, better yet, just come down to the shop. If I am not immediately available, I can always take a deposit, and have you come back as soon as I am available.
Do I need to have my driver's license to get a tattoo.
While I do not exclusively need your driver’s license, I do need some form of valid, government issued ID. I accept state ID, passports, military ID and non-expired temporary paper licenses and IDs.
How much for a sleeve?
Prices for sleeves and other large tattoos would come down to my hourly rate of $150/hr.
Is your shop sterile?
Yes. I only use single-use needles which are safely disposed of after each tattoo. Other equipment that comes in contact with biological material is cleaned and sterilized. I am trained in cleanliness and safety to avoid cross-contamination and set up their tattoo stations with single-use disposable materials.