On His Style

"I want it to look like it’s two designs in one, so a person not into tattoos can look at it and appreciate the pattern and the flow. I learned, especially in the black community, everything is rhythm. So what I do is I just flow right off a curve. So it can never be the same pattern because everyone is shaped differently. I just follow their natural muscle tone. I design that first and then I throw an image on it like I put another design on top of it like a cookie cutter. I got the inspiration from Zulu. He does  tribal all the time, and I tribal isn't my thing. So, I do negative tribal. From negative tribal I tried to mix my style into it. It’s a mixture. And from a distance, it just pops. It makes someone to go up closer and see what it is."