Jessica is a currently tattooing at Three Fates Tattoo in Denver Colorado.
Jessica graduated from Metropolitan State University of Denver with a Bachelors of Fine Art in 2013. She has always considered herself an artist and began creating and exploring the art world at a very young age. Through her early art years, she worked primarily in colored pencils, pen and ink, and markers, she then found her true passion and began tattooing.
Jessica enjoys creating custom tattoos for her clients, and prefers when creative freedom is given. She works in both black and grey and color, though does not prefer one over the other.
"What type of work do you want to do?"
Art Nouveau styled works
Botanical, flowers, leaves, foliage
Comics, cartoons and characters
Asian inspired, Japanese elements
Deposits and Policies
-A $50-100$ deposit is required to book any and all tattoo appointments. Deposits are NON-REFUNDABLE
-The deposit will hold the appointment slot for the agreed time between the tattoo artist and the client, and will come off the total of the tattoo at the end of the session. If we have multiple sessions, it will come off the final session.
-Reschedules with less than 48 hour notice, changing the design, or not showing up at all will result in the forfeiture of the deposit.
-Repeated reschedules (more than twice) will result in the forfeiture of the deposit.
-Any cancellations will result in the forfeiture of the deposit.
-The deposit does not entitle clients to the design of the tattoo if the client chooses to not go forward with the tattoo appointment.
-The deposit can not be transferred to another person's appointment.
Preparing for your Appointment
-Please show up on time for your appointment.
-Plan ahead, Denver traffic can be a doozy!
Three Fates Tattoo is located in the Metlo Building, which is on the corner of 11th and Broadway.
There is a parking lot available for clients in front of the shop, there is also a pay lot, meters and 2 hour street parking near by.
-Wear a clean face mask, cloth, surgical, KN95 all all acceptable forms of masks; bandanas are not considered adequate face coverings
-Wear clothing that allows access to the area being tattooed, dark colors are also recommended.
-Eat a good meal a few hours prior and be hydrated.
You can bring a snack and please bring water, especially if we are doing a long session. Due to our new COVID protocols, we ask that if you need to take a drink or have a snack, that you step outside to remove your mask.
-Please do not come in for your appointment if you are sick, feeling kind of sick, hungover, on antibiotics, or under the influence of any drugs or alcohol.
If you think you have been exposed to or around someone who has been exposed to Covid, DO NOT COME IN.
If you think you may be experiencing symptoms such as runny nose, sneezing, coughing, fever, headache, body aches, loss of taste/smell, DO NO COME IN
We will be taking your temperature when you enter the building. If you are running a fever you will have to reschedule your appointment.
-Please do not bring your children to your tattoo appointment.
-We ask that you come alone to your tattoo appointment. We can not accommodate any guests.
-Cash is preferred, Venmo and Paypal also accepted.
How much does a tattoo cost?
The cost of your tattoo depends on a number of factors including size, placement, and if you want color vs. black & grey; in addition to how well you can sit through the tattoo.
How much do you charge hourly?
Do you take walk-ins?
I work by appointment only
How do I schedule an appointment?
Fill out the Appointment Form and I will get back to you within a few days!
If we determine you need a consult we will set you with a free 30 minute appointment (no deposit necessary) where you and I will talk about the form/images you sent in.
If you decide to move forward I will take a 50-100$ non-refundable deposit.
The deposit holds your appointment time, and is applied to the last session of your tattoo appointment.
This appointment is for the design described in your form ONLY, if you make too many significant changes to the design you may run the risk of loosing your appointment and your deposit. You will need to make another deposit for a future appointment.
Do you do cover ups?
Yes! Cover up work will require a consultation before the appointment. Cover-up designs that are at least twice the size of the original tattoo, and that involve lots of darker colors, shading, and detail are good for cover ups. Sometimes I will recommend laser tattoo removal to lighten an existing tattoo to make for a better cover-up , as well as give a little more freedom in the design. The design is strategically planned to distract your eye from what lies beneath. The old tattoo is still there, you just can't see it anymore.