Greg began his tattooing career in January 2004 with a traditional apprenticeship under the tutelage of several highly talented tattooists. 'New School' high art-theory artist Michael Starr, rooted neo-traditionalist Danny Dunbar, and balanced out with the old school ethic and sensibilities of Lonnie Lindberg and Stephanie Mont. Taking from the varied different techniques and processes of tattooing he absorbed, and evolving it into a personal approach to the art form. "I am here to do good tattoos. To me, achieving a good tattoo is a collaborative process between me and the client. It starts from an idea that comes from the person ultimately wearing the piece, I take that, along with my extensive experience as an artist/designer and build a cohesive artwork made specifically for that person. Something that not only is thought-out and appropriate in a design sensibility, but is also more than just a 'sticker', a piece that fits and flows with the body part in a natural and aesthetically pleasing way. That's the goal with everyone I have the pleasure of working on, a good tattoo." Although he is adept in many different styles, from simple tribal to realistic portraits, highly detailed illustrative tattoos are his focus.

Greg Fuller