Artist Profiles

Juliet

Juliet started tattooing alongside Dave 'The Buddha' Ashton in Preston almost a decade ago, he was her mentor (and mental) and finally has her own place, InKarma, which is a beautiful large, bright and relaxed studio where creativity has found a grateful home.

Despite suffering with M.E and Fibromyalgia she continues to create custom pieces for customers from as far away as Amsterdam and has many loyal and lovely customers.

Award winning and published many times, Juliet enjoys doing most styles of tattooing whether it be B&G or full colour, old school or traditional or floral or wildlife or portraits, variety is indeed the spice of life. She loves to travel and would love to do some guest spots pretty much anywhere in the world, get in touch if you have a studio that would like a visit :D

If you would like work from Juliet please email us directly and we will get back to you asap, this is your first port of call, as when in the studio she is usually very busy with clients and when at home usually very busy with preparing for existing clients or running her house (one teenager, 2 cats, 2 dogs!)

Danny

Danny Anderson, Tattoo artist, Artist, award winning anthropologist and published doctor. He left school with a bad view of education, wanting to concentrate on becoming a tattoo artist, something he wanted to do from a young age. After years of drawing and sketching he was in time offered the chance to serve an apprenticeship, which of course he did and completed. After working in a few studios with some good artists, he finally found our studio where he felt he could progress and feel comfortable.

Being a laid back person, Danny is into many different styles of tattooing and artwork, and will take on a variety of work, so long as he is allowed artistic input.

In his spare time Danny likes to draw, skydive, bungee jump, basejump, wrestle alligators and bake.

Sally

Sally Summersgill is an artist, painter and tattoo artist. Drawing and painting has been Sally's main focus and passion throughout her life. She had always wanted to learn the art of tattooing and in 2012 she began the search for an apprenteship. Her painting's were exhibited in galleries and she sold prints of her work on small scale before she was accepted into a private studio in her home town of Preston. Sally spent almost 3 years working alongside other talented artists who were also motivated to learn. Inspired and wanting to work alongside more experienced tattoo artists, Sally took a leap of faith and left with no plans. She headed for InKarma 'pushing her luck' and has been here since, loving the creative and relaxed studio. Sally draw's custom designs in any style. Just give her an idea.