Jeremy Disnmore is originally from Buffalo, NY, but he has lived in several parts of the US, but these days he now finds himself calling Sin City home. Having been tattooing for a little over 6 years now, Jeremy learned how to tattoo by one of his friends who was an artist at Sleepy Hollow Tattoo Shop. Jeremy has built his career by working in shops from New York to Hollywood, and is now one of the talented tattoo artists at Tatt Life Studios in Las Vegas. Although Jeremy has yet to get any awards or attend any conventions his sights are set on accomplishing those goals he has set for himself in the very near future. Jeremy’s client base can be varied and he has even tattooed members of Unwritten Law, Outkast, Dungeon Family, Foxxy Shazaam, Green Jelly, Bone Thugs N Harmony just to name a few of the long list of celebrities that have gotten inked up from Jeremy throughout his growing career. Jeremy got into tattooing because after over coming getting shot in the face, wanted to do something more with his life other than getting into trouble with the law, Jeremy decided to pursue his love of art and go after his dream to become a tattoo artist. Even though Jeremy has the potential to create very intricate and unique custom tattoos for his clients his style tends to be somewhat of a mix of new school and illustrative. Jeremy finds he likes doing pieces that have a lot of color, and tends to do a lot of flowers and skulls and cartoony pieces
Jeremy reflects on Tattooing in Las Vegas saying that, “What I like about tattooing in Las Vegas is that the amount of diversity among the population, locals and tourists, allows for new ideas and perspectives on the art form. Plus with the amount of highly skilled artists that reside here, it raises the bar of the quality of art not just from the clients, but also that I expect from myself. Since moving here I have been able to improve several aspects of my career drastically. Not only tattooing, but have also learned to build and tune machines which has helped to improve the quality of my tattoos as well. Not exactly sure where I see myself in the future. My style could change, interests could change, but I do know that I will still be tattooing for as long as I am able to see and hold a machine. I just want to take this as far as I can, and as long as I’m able to. Tattooing is what I live for, it’s more than just a career to me, its my LIFE.