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Myself, in a sentence
"Resistance is when I ensure what does not please me occurs no more." - Ulrike Meinhof
My favorite tattoo and the story behind it
It's hard to pick one, but the Lady Justice on my upper left arm is one of my favorites. Done by Patrick Conlon in New York City, it took me a long time to decide I wanted to have a strong fihure representing what I do and why I do it. I studied the law because I have been infused with a profound idea of justice and fairness, and I wanted it etched into my skin. Patrick Conlon turned my idea into a fierce, very feminine and graceful tattoo. I am very proud of it and it's a constant reminder of the reason why I get up every morning.
My first tattoo and the story behind it
On my 18th birthday, my friends got together and offered me a tattoo. They knew I had been wanting one for a long time and decided it'd be my rite of passage as I made my first turn into adulthood. It's a simple lettering inside my left wrist that says "one"; it's about staying whole, staying strong, staying focused, and keeping my eye on the price. It's also about remembering we are all individuals, never to be forgotten among the crowd, and to stand up for who we are, as the one and only of our kind.
My next tattoo
I'm currently working on a piece across my back./ It's the view of Manhattan from the Brooklyn Bridge Park. It's almost done; it's already been 6 sessions of 3 hours. Jessica Mascitti is fantastically precise and has inserted a lot of light into a black and grey piece. I am in love with New York City. I moved here from Paris in late 2009, and found the friends, the love, the support, and the cosmopolitan ideals I always wanted to find. I've travelled my whole life, and I'm happy to be privileged enough to call it home.
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black and gray,
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