I was so excited to tattoo this wee ramen bowl during the Winnipeg convention in August - I'd love to do more Japanese food! Let me know if this interests you :)
a Flash piece completed at the 2017 Winnipeg tattoo convention! what a great time!
a piece of flash I tattooed at the Winnipeg Tattoo Convention in August! I would love to do more pieces like this :)
This is a fun elephant I did at the Winnipeg tattoo convention Aug 2017 - maybe I can get a healed photo next year!
Easily in my top most watched movies of all time - I clearly remember renting Nightmare Before Christmas over and over! I absolutely adore tattooing characters and scenes from it...
I tattooed this hummingbird flower combo from my flash while at the St. John's convention - one of my most favourite cities to visti!
I can honestly say I love this tattoo! While I'm a slightly nervous birder in the natures (have you seen their beaks/talons/pooping accuracy?) I am a huge fan of tattooing them! This was my first chance to draw up a flamingo, and I had a lot of fun with it.. hopefully I'll get to tattoo another one in the future!
A piece of flash I drew while working in Holland May of 2017 using skull reference I collected while visiting Rembrandt's house in Amsterdam - what an amazing place to visit! Unfortunately we had succumbed to the temptations of Amsterdam the night before and found ourselves arriving a mere 15 minutes before the museum closed... but I proved to be very click happy indeed and gathered a ton of amazing tattoo reference and inspiration. I was lucky enough to tattoo it at the St. John's tattoo convention later that year. glad she wanted bright colours!
a fun flash piece of a mask I was able to do in St John's
BEBE! This is definitely my favourite tattoo I've ever done - this kitty (named Bebe) belongs to my client Shiny! Bebe is a munchkin cat, so her legs are tiny AND ITS SO CUTE!! I would love to do more cat head tattoos plzzz
Matt's hand is part of a larger mythology sleeve that we've been working on for a while now... but we're almost done it so check back for more!
When Kelly first came to me, she was very unhappy with a tattoo she had and was looking for a cover up - the original was a classic smile face with some rainbow isobars, a rain cloud, and a few other odds and ends... eventually I'll dig up the before and post it for all to see! Really happy with how the cover aspect turned out, but also I've always loved passion flowers! My mom used to grow them when I was a kid, so its always a pleasure to be asked to draw them up. Thanks Kelly!
This here is a serious tattoo! Erin has got to be one of the coolest, most down to earth women one could hope to come across - this tattoo obviously comes with an equally intense story..
One year previous we tattooed the other side of her head with the hulk holding a golden ribbon for childhood cancer. Thanks for your trust Erin, you rock.
A mandala I whipped up while working the Hildesheim Tattoo convention in Germany May of 2017 - heard some english floating by, only to reach out and meet a bunch of cool cats from New York stationed a few towns away at the base. Fun Stuff! Especially fun to challenge myself to draw something super intricate up on the fly.
This guy is a rework of the existing tribal and hibiscus - a fun project!
This is a second letter lady, a "B", for Alex to match a cheetah lady on her other arm, an "L". Not going to lie, I had to draw a billion versions of this, but we did it... thanks Alex!
Kerry's first tattoo, he wanted to get something to represent his family, his devotion to them, and also his faith in God's love that protects them. We did do a final session of background colour on this piece but I have to get a healed picture up!
a delicate shoulder piece for my absolutely darling friend Blayke!
this deer is a cover up of a cloud.
This tattoo is pretty special to not just Dave who commissioned it, but also myself - as a life time resident of Vancouver Island I spent all the summers of my childhood and many occasions of my adulthood camping out in Cowichan lake area. A majestic jewel on the southern island, I feel honoured to consider this part of my home. Thanks Dave!
I always love a nerdy Zelda tattoo - I do indeed have the triforce tattooed on my own throat... I'd be very excited to tattoo any Zelda or retro gaming concepts! Please let me know if this is something you would be interested in! Too bad I didn't get a very clear or a healed photo... Next time!
I did not design this piece, but I had a lot of fun tattooing it for Ken!