At the age of 22, Trevor began his apprenticeship at East Coast Tattooing and Body Piercing. From the moment he picked up his first tattoo gun, Trevor knew that this was what he was meant to do with his life. Over the next two years, Trevor worked tirelessly to perfect his craft, specializing in a variety of styles including Neo-Traditional, Pet and Animal Portraits, Black and Gray, Glitter, and Anime tattoos.
For Trevor, tattooing is not just a job - it's a way of life. He firmly believes that tattoos can help people express their artistic side, their beliefs, their feelings, and can be a way for people to show the world that they are confident and proud of who they are. In fact, Trevor often uses his art to help clients who are going through difficult times, such as the loss of a loved one.
"Tattoos hurt, but life hurts more," says Trevor. "At the end of the day, I want to help people feel better about themselves and to help them find some comfort in the midst of all the pain and suffering that life can bring."
Despite the intense and often grueling nature of his work, Trevor takes both his profession and his clients' comfort very seriously. He is known for his gentle touch, his attention to detail, and his willingness to go the extra mile to ensure that each and every one of his clients leaves his studio feeling happy and satisfied.