How to book an appointment >>
Thank you for looking at my work. Below is everything you will need to know for booking an appointment with me. I do get quite a few inquiries daily but I do my best with getting back to all of you with in a day or two so please be patient.
**For serious inquiries only**
Things you need to know:
I don’t tattoo on Sundays, Mondays so I would need to know what days of the week are good for you during daytime hours usually I start at 11:am.
Designs are between $50-$100 just depending on size. This includes changes and one free touch up if needed within 6 months basically just to ensure it heals as intended.
I only work on designs after you set an appointment. I would like to get designs out to people early but with the schedule I keep the only thing I can guarantee is the week of the appointment. You can pay for the design from a PayPal link I’ll send to you. You can pay with any card you don’t need an account.
Since I am only at the shop by appointment I don’t do any in person consultations, submission by email is much more organized and efficient for me since it’s impossible for me to remember everything you say during a face to face consultation or to look back on notes 6-9 months down the road.
I do get cancellations so if you contact me for a tattoo I will first look through my cancellation dates which could be very soon so please be prepared for that when contacting me. I do also post open cancellation dates so be sure to follow me on Facebook and Instagram to see those, which are first come, first serve.
I stopped taking cover up tattoos so I can have a shorter waiting period for my clients that want new work that closer fits my style of art which is mostly realism and portraits. I love movie themed tattoos!
I greatly appreciate all my clients and thank you all for requesting a tattoo from me. Unfortunately I can not take on every tattoo submission. I am trying to further narrow my projects to create a specific body of work of style and imagery and creativity and not every tattoo idea will fit. For example sometimes I get a lot of the same tattoo ideas and don’t want to do too many of the same thing, or get overwhelmed with too many large or long on going projects, or if I don’t feel that I can make something truly unique with the imagery of the design then these are a few reasons I may pass on your tattoo. If I do pass on it please do go to www.millertattoostudios.com or www.blackwooddenver.com and you will be sure to find a great artist to work on your project.
What I need from you:
A written description of your idea with any reference pics I might need.
A clear straight on photo of the area you want tattooed with a tape measure next to the area so I know how big to design the tattoo. I do not tattoo any private areas (this means any area where underclothing would have to be removed, backs are fine)
I will need to know your availability for weekday appointments starting at 11:am if you can only do Saturdays please let me know, your wait time will most likely be longer.
Please be sure to include your cell number in your submission email
I will look at your submission and let you know within a day or two and we’ll go from there ;)
email to: email@example.com
For those of you who do book an appointment, I know sometimes it can be a long wait for the both of us. I do respect the fact that you have waited to get tattooed by me. I do know things come up that are unexpected for you and for me as well so please let me know as soon as possible if you need to reschedule and I will do the same. No call no shows will not be rescheduled.
A few things to remember for the day of your appointment:
Please be on time but there is no need to be early, I am only at the shop by appointment so I only get to the shop early enough to setup for the tattoo.
It’s perfectly fine to bring a friend or two but if its a busy day we prefer only one friend to accompany you in the tattooing area. Also no animals are permitted to be in the shop do to health code regulations.
Also please eat a good meal before you come in. Your bodies blood sugar goes down when getting tattooed which can cause you to feel jittery and light headed.
I tattoo at:
Old Larimer Street Tattoos
2229 Larimer st.
Denver co, 80205
There is $4 parking across the street from the shop