At age eighteen, a friend took me to a tattoo shop. Armed with a fear of needles, and some apprehension, I went in and looked at some of the flash art on the walls, and the collection of jewelry they had. Next thing I know, I’m in a piercers chair overcoming a life-long fear. From that point on (pun intended) I became enthralled with the many different piercings that were out there. I loved learning about the methods used, types of jewelry used, the strange piercings you don’t see every day, and most of all learning why people were getting their particular piercing.
After working a “9 to 5” for nearly 8 years, I was offered a chance to do what I’ve wanted to do for years, pierce. My goal is to make my clients comfortable during the process and to make sure they are educated about the process occurring and the aftercare of their new piercing. In an ever changing industry, I continually learn new methods and new practices in order to give the client an excellent experience every time.