Rob started working as a tattoo artist in 2010 and continues to do so today. He worked in Cleveland, where he was born, for the first ten years, but after moving to Washington, D.C., he obtained employment at Tattoo Paradise Studio. Rob loves to take on large projects in Japanese and American traditional styles in black and gray and color.

Tattoo Paradise

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