Originally from Michigan, Lacie moved
to Raleigh in 2003. She began working
at Phoenix in 2006 and has been
tattooing for over 12 years in Raleigh.
In 2012 she bought the shop. Lacie
loves tattooing portraits and black and
gray realism, but enjoys the variety
that every customer has to offer.
**As of January 2018 I will be changing my personal minimum charge to 1 hour ($140). Phoenix Tattoo Studio will still have a $60 shop minimum and $140 hourly rate. I would like to focus on portraits and black and gray realism and I will no longer be doing rib pieces. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or projects at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you to everyone who has supported me and allowed me to tattoo them for so many years, I am so grateful. I look forward to starting this new chapter in my work. **
Brian Harris is a Durham native
who has been tattooing in the
Raleigh area since 2001.
Also a DJ, avid gardener and vintage book lover; he has a special interest in doing
music related, garden/plant, woodcut/etching, and literary tattoos.
His influences include
'60s and '70s concert posters
and album art, antique catalogue
line-engraved illustration, Victorian Art Nouveau, Pop Art, and Art Deco. Brian would love to translate your idea into a
great tattoo that is built to last!
Paul started his tattooing career in late
1994 by serving an apprenticeship at Tradewinds Tattoo in Toms River NJ.
Early in 1996 he left to cut his teeth at a
busy street shop in Pt. Pleasant NJ,
Tattoo City. After a year or so, Paul
split his time from 1997 - 2008 between Tradewinds and Tattooville in Linden NJ. Paul moved to Raleigh NC in 2008 and
a year or so later he helped build and
open Double Deuce Tattoo in Cary NC
tattooing there for about 5 years. Always striving to learn, grow, and improve he
took a chair at Fair Trade Tattooers in Clayton NC until May of 2016 where
he joined the talented
team at Phoenix Tattoo.