Natalie Schultz was introduced to the tattoo industry when she became an adult after receiving a pair of donor’s lungs in 2016. With a degree in public health, she has come a long way from being a salesperson and apprentice to a licensed artist. Over the six years of her career, Natalie has honed her skills in various tattoo styles and techniques. Now, she focuses on neotraditional, illustrative styles that include floral, animal, and geometric designs in both color and black & grey. Natalie draws much of her inspiration from the Japanese style of tattooing. Outside the studio, she enjoys traveling, reading historical and scientific literature, and painting with watercolors, acrylics, and gouache.

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