Autumn started her art career early, being mentored by her father and her next door neighbor and mentor, Leedell Moorhead Graham, since she could hold a brush. She studied art and literature at Mount St. Mary’s, until she realized what she wanted to learn, they could not teach her. Once she discovered Kat Von D, she realized women had a place in the tattoo industry, and she wanted her place, too. Dabbling in fashion design, animation, music, fine art, acting, and sculpture; Autumn went back to her love of tattoos and body art in 2011, learning from Los Angeles/Las Vegas tattoo veteran, Wonder. Autumn’s favorite style is neotraditional, although she kills every design brought her way.
Growing up in an artistic yet strict family, art was seen as just that. Art, not a career. I've always seen myself tattooing from a young age way before I started tattooing or drawing . I was that girl that was always drawing on herself/things whenever and wherever. I was in AP art throughout high school and studied a few art classes in college. Received an art scholarship for Cal State Fullerton my Senior year of high school that led up into the summer where I further studied portraits, realism, proportions, surrealism, etc. After leaving high school I studied random A-G requirements and realized I had no clue what I was working/studying for. I believe everything happens for a reason. With that being said my Fasa was denied due to personal reasons which led me to drop out and go through jobs like crazy. I could never see myself longterm at any job I worked at and was so unhappy. I focused on my art and received my first tattoo machine 2018 , Christmas. A gift from my girl friend , my #1 supporter. Since then , taught myself new styles, techniques, designs and I strive everyday to better myself. Specializing in cover ups but can Ace every design. Age 23, tattooing for 3+ years now and absolutely love what I do. So happy I can wake up and say that I AM A TATTOO ARTIST , and proud to be one !
Jessica studied fine art and animation at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA. Shortly after graduating she began freelancing on various projects which included graphic designs, illustrations, and animations. In her spare time Jessica began designing tattoos she wanted for her self and in the process she realized how fun it was and picked up a machine! Jessica’s goal as an artist are to create colorful, customized, well designed tattoos that are inclusive to all skin tones!