Born in Las Vegas, NV to a family of artists I never followed an education in art but as a young adult I realized that tattooing was what I eventually wanted to do. Self motivated and a with a late start in the industry I opened my first shop in 2009
Tattooing since 2014 I started my career with an education in art. I was able to find an apprenticeship here in Uptown not far from Brass Knuckle where I now call home. I enjoy tattooing many styles but I love color.
Born in Romania, we immigrated to Canada as a child but grew up between Vegas and Vancouver. In 2010 I landed an apprenticship in Canada and it wasn’t long before I was working in shops around the world. Before calling Minneapolis home in 2017 I was tattooing in Miami, Canada, and Europe.
With a few years of tattooing under my belt I have worked at several shops around the Twin Cities and Duluth. I’m up for tattooing just about anything and have an open style.
Tattooing since 2005 I’ve come to appreciate black & grey work more than most but have enough experience to work with most styles. After opening a couple shops myself, I’ve decided to slow down and work here at Brass Knuckle.
I enjoy doing black & grey and blackwork tattoos but I’m not closed to other styles. Ive been here in uptown since 2016. I Consider myself a multi-disiplinary artist that loves drawing, illustration, and photography.
Born in Minnesota I have been in the art community for as long as I can remember. Going to MCAD after high school surrounded me with amazing artists of all styles to learn from. Getting my apprenticeship in 2016 made a childhood dream come true.
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Originally from Tennessee I moved to Minneapolis after studying graphic design and painting. Landing an apprenticeship here in 2016 renewed my passion and focus for drawing. I’m excited to build My style as my career in tattooing becomes reality.
I have been drawing for as long as I can remember. After investing in my first tattoo I knew that this was what I wanted to do. I looked for guidance from artists around the city before getting a chance at Brass Knuckle in 2017.