Becky Adelaide Barker started her apprenticeship in traditional tattooing in 2008 in Birmingham UK. She then went on to be published in various magazines and work throughout the UK before setting up her own award winning studio Lumina in Malvern, Worcestershire.
Specialising in Colour tattooing, Becky added restorative tattooing to her skill set in early 2019.
Becky is a TED speaker, and is passionate about education in tattooing and regularly speaks on the subject of Medical Tattooing.
Tattoos can transform and empower people, with some seeking them out to reconnect with their bodies due to scarring, physical abnormalities or the aftermath of a procedure or illness. Paramedical tattooist Becky Barker shares the art and craft of medical tattooing, explaining how this expansive field helps improve the quality of life for breast cancer survivors -- and anyone looking to renew themselves in ways that are more than skin-deep.
Why choose an artist with experience as a traditional tattooist...
Art is the most important thing about any tattoo. In order to create realism, we have to have an in-depth understanding of design and how to apply that design to the skin to ensure longevity.
This is not a standard tattoo on healthy skin. Skin that has been compromised through surgery, or even radiation, has a complicated and unpredictable structure. It takes an expert to navigate these challenges with confidence and finesse.
Becky ensures that her clients feel completely satisfied before completing their treatment. She is always happy to answer any questions you may have, and equally as happy to sit down for a cuppa and a chat with you whenever you feel you need.
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