Booking & FAQ

Thank you for the overwhelming amount of interest in tattoo bookings! My books are currently closed for 2020. Information on how to be added to my 2021 booking waitlist is below.


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2021 Booking Waitlist:

To be added to my 2021 Booking Waitlist for new appointments in Philadelphia, please complete the following form to submit your inquiry. You will be contacted later this year or when my books reopen to proceed with scheduling and deposits for 2021 appointments.

Thank you so much for your interest and patience! 🙏🖤🙏  If you have additional questions, please check out the FAQ below for additional information. 

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>>> Q: Where Are you located?

A: I work at Eastern Pass Tattoo Co. in the Passyunk Square neighborhood of South Philly. Please note we have moved. Our new address is:

1625 East Passyunk Avenue, Philadelphia 

Ph. 267-606-6567

All appointments moving forward will be at this location. 

>>>Q: What are the shop’s covid-19 protocols?


>>> Q: Do you work on weekends?

A: No. Due to our efforts to limit the number of people in the studio at one time, I do not currently have weekend studio availability. (If you are traveling more than 90 minutes to reach the shop and only available on weekends please let me know your scheduling needs; we will do our best to accommodate or refer you to an artist who can).

>>> Q: Can I get tattooed with my friend/family member?

A: In order to reduce the number of people in the studio at any given time, you must come for your appointment alone. You may be able to book your appointment on the same day as a friend or family member; to do so you will each need to email me individually as requested above. Please indicate the name of the person you would like to book on the same day as, and what days/times of day you are both generally available (or specific dates you are interested in, if planning travel of more than 90 minutes for the appointments). Please note that you will not be able to wait in the shop during each others’ appointment, though our immediate neighborhood is a beautiful and lively part of Philadelphia to explore!

>>> Q: Are you currently considering sleeves and other large projects? 

A: I advise keeping tattoos 6×8 inches or smaller due to the uncertainty in the world right now. 

In particular, I am not taking on any new dotwork sleeves at this time due to the intense time commitment over many months required to complete this kind of work. 

>>> Q: Will you tattoo my chest/neck/face/ear/fingers? 

A: No. Due to covid-19 we are not currently offering any tattoos on areas requiring face-to face contact. In general, we do not offer finger tattoos at Eastern Pass Tattoo.

>>> Q: Do you take walkins or same day appointments? 

A: Eastern Pass Tattoo is able to accommodate a limited number of same day appointments for smaller (palm sized) tattoos, as availability permits. I recommend this option for  tattoos under four inches. Please come to the shop as close to noon as possible and call us when you arrive at the shop (267-606-6567) to be added to our daily list and served by the first available artist. While I do accept same day appointments as availability allows, I am currently fully booked out 4-6 months in advance, so in practice I am rarely able to accommodate same day requests and work by appointment the majority of the time. 

>>> Q: Do you take bookings or give price quotes in Instagram DMs? 

A: No. All bookings are scheduled through email. Please refer to the contact form above to ensure you are providing all necessary information for scheduling to move forward as efficiently as possible.

>>>Q: What types of pieces do you like to work on?

A: Some of my current priorities for new projects taken on at this time include:

— my original flash and paintings

— Increased (priority) booking access for Black/Indigenous/People of Color 

— American traditional style flash (color or black) 

— Fine art reproductions, especially of woodcuts or etchings, post-modernism, ancient works, and statuary

— metaphysical subject matter relevant to your practiced faith (i.e.: sacred symbols you are personally familiar with and actively engaging in your spiritual practice). Especially from the traditions of: tarot, astrology, herbalism, mythology of your own cultural heritage, religious iconography, etc.

— bold blackwork drawing on printerly techniques (woodcut, silkscreen, etching, etc.)