I was born in Caracas, Venezuela and raised in South Florida. But, my home is Atlanta. I've spent the past decade tattooing here and I wouldn't want to be anywhere else. My entire tattoo career spans 16 awesome years. I love and respect this art form and hope to continue until I'm old and grey.
As a tattooer, I express myself by changing things up and staying on my toes. I work in both color/black and grey and tattoo in a variety of styles. My favorites being surrealism, realism, geometric, and psychedelic. My focus is large scale pieces.
People seek tattoos for a variety of reasons. Maybe it's to celebrate growth, to make a change, to remember, to let go, or just to have something that brings them a smile and makes them feel good. Whatever the reason, I like to use my artwork to help people express themselves.
Having a career in art gives me the freedom to explore and enjoy a variety of areas in life. As such, I have a wide range of interests. I'm intrigued by science and medicine, l'll build lego sets or make furniture, listen to everything from metal to jam bands, and read sci-fi to history. Having diverse interests, I'm open to the diversity of others. Whether we like the same things or not, all are welcome.
When I'm not at work I'm most likely to be home. Spending time with my incredible wife and our gang of goofy rescues, which includes two cats and three dogs.
Sean's path to becoming an artist started in grade school with drawing, painting and sculpting. He continued to hone the skills throughout adolescence. In adulthood, Sean would move on to painting large scale murals for business, schools, venues, churches, and private commissions.
Tattooing became an interest later in life with his career beginning in 2013, while in Panama City, Florida. With no tattoos or any experience inside a shop, Sean began his apprenticeship at IV Horseman Tattoo, as green as can be. Under the study of Hugh Fowler at, A Sailor's Grave, Sean began learning traditional styles of tattooing including Japanese and American.
Due to the destruction in Panama City courtesy of hurricane Michael, Sean relocated to Atlanta in 2018. With a new location, Sean began trying new styles. He spent countless hours perfecting his skills and currently excels in realism and new school/illustrative work, in both black and grey and color.
Sean is mainly looking for large scale pieces or full body work. He enjoys creating tattoos of flowers, animals, insects, landscapes, pop-culture, anime, sea life, outer space and anything cartoonish or vibrant. Sean also works in Japanese and
Neo-Traditional designs with realistic features. He's well versed and always looking forward to the next creation!
The greatest outcome usually forms from having an opening mind and lending creative freedom to your artist. You're in great hands with Sean, he prides himself on being well-rounded so that he can tattoo as many people as possible. Take your ideas to him and he can make your dreams come true!