Although confident and well versed in all styles, Stephanie has a fondness for Blackwork, Neo-Traditional and Japanese style tattooing, while also drawing inspiration from her great grandfather who was a recognised watercolourist. She is therefore a sought after tattooist when it comes to achieving the authentic watercolour style of tattoo. Her personality is equally reflected in her studio as it is in her tattoo designs; being somewhat outrageous in character, Stephanie takes great joy in quirky designs, taking strange creatures and objects and making them beautiful, intriguing and yet oddly unsettling. Many of her pieces feature flowers with eyes and characters with long fingers.
Coming from generations of artists, Stephanie grew up under the guidance of her mother and art teacher and from an early age she was encouraged to play with different mediums. With constant encouragement and advice – “Please don’t use so much black, Stephanie!” – she began exhibiting her artwork whilst at high school and her Expressionist Acrylics and installations were entered into local art competitions and the annual Martin Hanson Exhibition.
Stephanie began steadily working towards becoming a Tattooist in 2012 under the watchful eye of Mike Day and completed her apprenticeship in June 2014.
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