Matt Geiogamah is a Chandler, Arizona native born in 1983. He has been a life-long artist working in many mediums such as charcoal, oil, watercolor and photography. He has been tattooing since 2001. Matt learned to tattoo as an apprentice under Mike Bacon and since has had the opportunity and privelage to work with and learn from some of the best. Matt has traveled, worked, and won awards across the country and internationally. In 2012 Matt, along with his wife Natilie, opened Salt & Light Tattoo where he currently tattoos. If you would like to consult with Matt about getting tattooed, please send all inquiries to email@example.com please include at least three pictures. One of the area you're wanting to get tattooed and at least two showcasing your ideas along with a detailed description of what you're wanting to get done. Matt only books half day and full day appointments. A half day is 3 hours for $450 and a full day is 7 hours for $840. Matt works by appointment only and is currently booked through 2018.
Joel Parker was born in Eugene, Oregon but has lived in Arizona for the majority of his life. Joel’s been tattooing since 2013 and has been drawing since he was old enough to pick up a pencil. Working toward a degree in Fine Arts, he continues to gather knowledge in many art forms. As a Christian and a member of the Alliance of Christian Tattooers, Joel does not create art or tattoo any images which go against the teachings of Jesus Christ. Joel has been working at Salt & Light Tattoo his whole tattooing career and is BBP certified.
I began my apprenticeship in 2009 and have been tattooing professionally since 2010. I enjoy black grey fine line, and have recently enjoyed doing various color styles of tattooing. I charge $120 an hour and take appointments as well as walk-ins.
I began my career in the valley and have been tattooing about 6 years. I particularly enjoy the neotraditional and dotwork styles, but do all kinds of pieces. I charge 120$ an hour and typically book a week or two in advance.
I was born in San Diego, California. Tattooing was not my first calling for my career choice. I began my journey as an artist in the United States Army for eight years in Fort Bragg, North Carolina. While I was transitioning out of the military I was offered an opportunity to learn how to tattoo. After finishing up my apprenticeship I moved to Phoenix, Arizona. Once I was in Arizona I knew art and the tattoo industry was my passion. I then decided to further my skills by enrolling into college and get a degree in fine arts. At first I thought my style of tattooing was going to be American traditional, I quickly found that my skills and talent rested with fine line black work. I have been tattooing professionally since 2013. I charge $120 an hour and take appointments as well as walk-ins.
I am blessed to live in a generation that consider tattoos a true art form. One of the most ancient and amazing skill to master, combined with a living canvas. This is the blend of tradition, religion, street art, and most importantly, the personality of the collector. As for me, right here, right now still in this never ending pursuit of this art's perfection. You might love my style, or hate it, but at the end is just my way. It is my pleasure to make a part if your skin a living piece of artwork.
One life, one love, one purpose. My artwork is a reflection of my life, not only an image but a mirror of my mind. My purpose is to plant a seed in your heart of the only truth. A message... a voice that is rarely heard. Stop, look, listen inside yourself and you will realize what is truly needed.