When will your next booking period be?2018 is fully booked, and my last booking period took me through May of 2019. I’m not sure when I will be taking new clients as of now. Booking between is possible depending on the circumstances, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.How do I get an appointment with you?When my books are open, the process starts with filling out my a consultation inquiry. Before I announce my booking period to the public I will be going through the forms to schedule consultations. Scheduling is on a first come, first served basis.Filling out an inquiry does not guarantee you an appointment. If the tattoo you are looking to do is not in the realm of subjects/styles I am focusing on tattooing in I may suggest another artist for your project. I would love to help everyone, but I am only one person so this is the way I can provide my clients the best possible work.What should I tell you about the tattoo I want?I need placement, size, and a loose description of what you’re looking to get. If you are looking for a cover-up or an enhancement of a tattoo you already have, please also include a photo of the tattoo you want to work with.How much is my tattoo going to be?My minimum is $100 and goes up from there! Sorry, I cannot quote tattoos without a consultation. How long will my tattoo take?It depends! I will be able to tell you that detail during your consultation. I usually book in 3-4 hour sittings for very large pieces, but I also enjoy full day sittings.Are you traveling soon?As of right now, I am not doing any guest spots.Why haven’t you responded to my email yet?I'm so sorry, but I am no longer handling my own booking. My manager Caitlin is now my right hand lady and is taking care of all correspondence and booking on my behalf. You may contact her at email@example.com.When will I see the drawing for my scheduled tattoo?Due to my current workload I am unable to send any drawings before your appointment. I have allotted plenty of time to make changes if needed during your appointment.What do I do to prepare for my appointment?Please be relatively clean, well rested, well fed, and relatively free from toxins in your body (ie: please do not come in with a hangover). Be sure to hydrate your body normally during your preparation and your healing process. If you have a lot of body hair in the area that is being tattooed, may I suggest a trimming of the area prior to coming in for your appointment, it will reduce the chance of razor burn.