when I created the Church ink tattoo parlor i wanted to offer the community a pristine, safe, and relaxing environment to talk about art and receive custom tattoo treatments. after my apprenticeship i spent 3 years in Berlin, Germany where i had the opportunity to work with artists from all over the world. in that time i traveled to other countries to participate in international tattoo conventions and was featured in a german tattoo magazine. with these unique experiences i want to make an impression on people; that there is a diverse tattoo world and it is something to be honored, respected, and that everyone has a right to experience this historically rich art in a comfortable environment.
the art of tattooing is not a fad, but indeed a sacred and time honored tradition of body modification and transformation that should not be taken lightly. i will do everything in my power to educate my clients on the hallowed art as i understand it and provide a tranquil and empowering experience that they will carry on in their memories forever with the customized mark to remind them.
come in and visit the Church ink tattoo parlor in tucson, a truly judgement and hate free zone.