Archive for traditional tattoos

Few more Twin Peaks tattoos.

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on February 17, 2013 by laughinghyena











knockout tattoos.

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on February 17, 2013 by laughinghyena

Trying something with this. I’ve got a few ideas on the burner in the same vein. Aside from the first one, which was a flash design I made a while ago, I will not ¬†ever be putting these out as flash designs, but I have started a collection of different ones that I’ll be bringing with me wherever I’m working. If anyone is interested in something in this vein, just let me know.













Long Time.

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on October 23, 2012 by laughinghyena

So, for the past year I’ve pretty much been posting only on Instagram. Which has been great for business. Apparently, however, a bunch of people don’t have or want that shit, and a lot of those people rely on websites and blogs for how they research their tattooers. Also, as much as I like the lack of talking on IG, I find it harder to accurately communicate where I am, where I will be and how to make appointments with me.


On with the blog again!

Here, in no particular order at all are some photos of tattoos that I’ve done since last update. I hope you enjoy.


Athena. This was fun.

Tethered to the afterlife

Spirit guide.

Animal hats.

I did this at the Boston Tattoo Convention this year and got a wild hair up my ass and decided to enter it into the tattoo contest for “Best Traditional”, and holy shit I won. I really don’t give a shit about that stuff, but it was nice for the client, and I won a stereo so that was pretty cool.

I’ve been doing this here and there. Taking pics of the stencil or the whole drawing process. I’ll post ’em when I can be organized enough to get it together.









Broad St. Tattoos.

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , on January 24, 2010 by laughinghyena

I did a guest spot at Broad St. Tattoo in Bridgewater Massachusetts. This is the second time I’ve done a spot there and it’s always a blast. Everyone there is great to me and I love visiting. Thanks to Joe, Chris, Mike, John, Larry and Reid. The owl tattoo with the shield and eye was done during this visit and here’s a few others.

This is on my friend Jebb, whom I didn’t realize until that day played in the Doomriders.He floated me some band schwag due to being a true stand up gentleman, and hooked the dudes up at the shop with gear as well for cheaps. Jebb has work from Grez, Mike Shea, Erick Lynch, Josh Mcalear, Chad Koeplinger, and Steve Boltz. So it wasn’t nerve wracking at all to do this tattoo. Nope. Not at all. Dick. Next time we’re doing a big key going through his neckpiece.

I did this on my friend ,Chris Cautillo who works at the shop. It was a fun little jammie. We didn’t get a chance to tattoo him last time so it was a priority this time.

Did this on my friend J.D. We had planned something else but that’s going to be epic so we’re doing it next time. I’ve tattooed J.D. twice before this and we’re going to try to fill up most of the rest of his arm next sessions. Maybe one more after that to fill up some gaps and shit.

This fucking guy showed up with a sleeveless Slipknot shirt and asked me if I had any extra cream. The fuck does that mean?