Art has always been a part of Jason’s life. Coming from a family of artist he was always pushed to pursue his passion. Following college graduation for design and marketing, Jason went back to his roots and picked up his paintbrush again. During his free time, he would paint scenes depicted in military novels and share them online for others to appreciate. His work started gettingg noticed, and he eventually caught the attention of the family members of the men who lost their lives during Operation Red Wings (portrayed in the well-known book Lone Survivor). They commissioned him to recreate that battle scene, which was auctioned off with the proceeds donated to the Navy SEAL Foundation. This painting, along with another of his commissioned pieces, is now displayed in the Navy SEAL Museum. In the coming days, Jason received many more requests to do commemorative work, not only for the Navy, but also for other branches of the military as well (including family members who lost their loved ones in combat). As he generated more pieces, he went on tour across the country displaying his featured work with the Graffiti of War- a military art show that raises awareness for soldiers with PTSD. He was able to combine his love for both artwork and the armed forces, which he continues to do to this day.
As the years went on Jason started to admire the complexity of tattooing and fully dove into the craft. Being able to work on a living person and create something special that would be with them for a lifetime was something he wanted to be a part of. Now a days Jason continues to put his heart into tattooing and takes on commissioned works as they arise.
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Unfortunately not, because I receive a large number of request I can only select a limited amount. Ideas that will get selected will be ones more in line with my tattoo style.
My minimum is $200 and my hourly rate is $175. Full day sessions are around $1200 and half days are around $700.
Once your tattoo request has been chosen we will schedule a time to do a face to face consultation. Video chat consultations can be done as well for clients traveling from afar. Once we discuss your design a non refundable down payment must be put down to schedule the tattoo date. Upon tattoo completion that amount will be deducted from the tattoo price.
Typically I book out around 4 to 6 months.
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