Favourite piercing to perform:
 
Surface piercings, something about them I find oddly satisfying.
 

What I enjoy most about piercing:
Probably seeing the confidence boost people get from doing it and overcoming a fear.  See a lot of customers with a lot of anxiety so really enjoy helping people like that through the process and seeing how happy and how much confidence it gives them is very rewarding.  Have a lot of customers that are quite self-conscious about different aspects of their bodies so its good to be in a position as someone whos pretty much seen everything that they are completely normal and have had many customers tell me that that has really helped them which is great. 

Have also had a number of international tourists say that they had a friend from home get pierced by me and they told them that they have to come and get pierced here in Adelaide so that’s pretty cool. 

Piercing I'm most proud of:
Piercing that was probably the most challenging and difficult to do was probably the triple PA I did, two normal Pas and a Reverse.  Pretty unique and pretty rare to get the opportunity to do something like that and turned out really well.   

The orbital stuff is another one I enjoy doing, definitely super technical so enjoy testing my skills on things like that , same goes for double tongues which I seem to actually get reasonably regularly. 

 




What I enjoy most about piercing:
Meeting people from all walks of life and having some banter in the studio with them. It’s like a glimpse into another person’s story. Everyone is individually unique so it’s great to be able to help them express that in the art of piercing.

Favorite piercing to perform:
Navels and Dermal’s. 

Piercings I’m most proud of:
The black double tragus and the triple upper conch. The tragus especially because the client wanted a surface but was worried about migration so we opted for a double that turned out stellar! The upper conch was fun because she wanted something other than a helix to fill her upper ear up so we went with something less common and more personalized.