The first work he ever did was in 1982 with a home made tattoo gun. We’re not talking, a Maori bone needle or anything, but a wicked little unit to ink up some friends. Things have come a long way since ’82. Sorry… we don’t use the home made unit anymore.
The one thing all Scott’s clients can agree on is attention to detail. He’s happy to go over colours and art with customers and make sure a tattoo is going to go on someone’s body, EXACTLY how they think it will. If not better.
If you have an idea…
And you’re not 100% sure what you want to do with it, talk to Scott. You won’t find a better artist in Edmonton who can take your ideas and make them into work of art.
If you’ve got any anxiety about getting your ink, you’ll appreciate Scott’s sense of humour. You’ll enjoy every minute you spend in his chair. He’s informative and makes the process as easy and comfortable for his customers as he can. Scott respects that you are a canvas, and this tattoo is for life, so there’s no funny business when it comes to the needle, but everyone who walks in and out our door has a real appreciation for how smooth the process goes.
SCOTT SAYS – I love tattoos…I love looking at them, doing them, creating them, everything about them. The first tattoo I ever did was in 1982 and I’ve been hooked ever since. I’ve done tattoos in virtually every style, I love them all. I pay a lot of attention to detail and make sure the design is what the customer wants, from the one time getter to the avid collector.