When you need to know what your client wants to hear about your work

5 comments I’m writing this article for my client and the reason I’m doing it is that she’s on the verge of getting her first tattoo. 

The client is a beautiful young woman with a tattoo of a flower on her right hand, a message from her father on her left. 

She is a student at an Ivy League college and loves science fiction. 

She has been diagnosed with a rare genetic disease that requires a bone marrow transplant and will need to undergo chemotherapy for two years to live. 

Her father has also been diagnosed and has to undergo radiation therapy, which is the most expensive treatment in the world. 

This is my client. 

I want to know more about her. 

The tattoo is my daughter’s design, but it is her own design. 

What I need to tell her is that I am in the business of tattooing. 

It’s the art of creating designs that are meaningful to me, that will last forever. 

As an artist, I am fascinated by the human body and I love seeing the expressions on the faces of people who have had this kind of a transformation. 

Tattooing is one of the most powerful and emotional ways I can convey that emotion to my clients. 

So, how do I go about telling my client that I work in tattooing? 

First, I’ll ask what her tattoo needs are. 

Do you want a tattoo that tells her who you are? 

Does your client want a portrait of herself? 

If the answer is yes to all of these, then you have to ask her what she really wants. 

For my client, she is a girl who has been in and out of foster care for her entire life. 

Before she went to the college, she was placed in a foster home with a lot of other kids and their families. 

When she was 15, the foster mother was shot and killed by a local police officer. 

With the help of her mother, she came to the U.S. and is now in her 20s. 

My client is from an upper-middle class family that has been struggling financially for years. 

One day, her mother died, leaving her to live in foster care. 

A few years later, her father was shot by a drug dealer. 

After years of struggling with addiction, she started getting in trouble with the law and eventually was arrested and sentenced to life in prison. 

Now, she works as a bartender at a bar in the neighborhood where her mother and her sister grew up. 

At some point, her mom and her brother were killed in a car accident. 

Despite her life in a jail cell, my client wanted to be a tattoo artist. 

But before she started working in tattoo art, she went through a difficult period in her life.

 When my client was a child, her family was homeless.

When her mother was killed, she lost her job and her parents couldn’t pay the bills.

Her father was also in jail and had to undergo multiple surgeries for a hip replacement. 

Once she started her tattoo career, my wife and I were able to afford to get her out of prison and into a stable, loving home. 

Since then, my clients have been happy.

My clients can’t imagine life without me and I think that’s the best part about being a tattooist. 

In the meantime, my tattoo business is paying off big. 

There are many more clients who are in need of my services and the clients I am able to provide them with my talent. 

Every tattoo artist I have worked with has told me that they were very happy to have a tattoo done by me. 

That is why I have the highest satisfaction ratings among all tattoo artists I know. 

Why I work with clients first and foremost is because I feel that tattooing is the art. 

Because I believe that tattoo art is an art, it is a reflection of who I am and what I believe in. 

If you want to learn more about my career, check out my bio and get in touch with me.

You can also learn more on my website and follow me on Twitter at @gwenjane_sarah.