Artists: Jeremiah Johnson
What year did you start tattooing: 1998
Do you have any special training: I did a apprenticeship under Micheal Mchenry, at gatorzap tattoo.
Tell us about the style of your work: All styles
Where did you apprentice?: Micheal Mchenry, Gator Zap Tattoos
What tattoo artist do you most admire: Paul Booth, Bob Tyrell, Mike Devries, Jeremy Miller, Jesse Probus, Micheal Mchenry
Before someone gets a tattoo what advice do you give them?: To put alot of thought into the meaning of the tattoo and design that placement is everything and if they plan on doing sleeves in the future to make sure that they come up with a complete concept, so that you dont look like flash art all over there body, and never never never, get a GF or BF names on them its just bad luck.
How did you get into tattooing: I went to a artschool offered by the local Art Society in Highschool and when I finished the first tattoo shop opened up in town and I went into as them if they were offering a apprentice ship, since I was still in high school going into my senior year he wasn't interested, but i did give him my portfolio to take a look and at to tell me at that time if i should pursue being a tattoo artist, three days later he called me and asked me to work for him in his shop and to take on a apprenticeship. I did my apprenticeship and worked for him for about a year until he closed shop and moved to a further location at this time, I gave up on tattooing for a few years and until 2010 when i started again at x13 studios under Jason Dombrosky, I began tattooing again part time, until 2012 when I lost my Job due to the economy I decided to have a run at opening my own shop, and have been running successful ever since, a few hiccups along the way with other artists, but now run a shop by myself along with a glass blowing studio.
What inspires you to be an artist: Growth I love seeing up coming artist blow my mind with style and trying to learn new technique and Ideas everyday!
What kind of tattoos do you look forward to doing: More and more realism, but i love horror portraits!
Is there a tattoo that you haven't done yet that you are dying to do: Everyone, I enjoy doing new designs everyday. As long as it isnt a Infinity symbol or a 3d butterfly I am cool with it.