09 September 2008

Roller Derby Doco

A documentary about the Australian rollerderby scene featuring my Rollerderby team aired on ABC last night. It's called Roller Derby Dolls and not only features some of my rollerderby antics as alias "Mimsy Mayhem" but also some of my artwork.

I drew up a few characters and they were animated into some of the sequences along with footage of our competitions.

If you'd like to know more about our team and check us out in action some time, have a look at this site for upcoming games from the Golden Roughs. We'd love for you to come and cheer us on!

04 August 2008

Greazefest 08

Well it was Trailer Trash Tattoo's first year at Greazefest and it was even better than we expected! The trailer was set up in a great spot and the interest was overwhelming. So many great cars, rockin' bands and fun people. I can't wait to do it all again next year! For more pics, click here.

13 July 2008

Launch Party!

Saturday Night was Trailer Trash Tattoo's official launch party! With over 80 people in attendance and my husband's band playing, it turned out to be a fabulous night. Thankyou to everyone for coming - what a great way to kick off the new biz! For more pics, click here

23 May 2008

Maddie's Japanese Back Piece

Dear Mimsy

I wanted to be the first to send in some pics of the gorgeous work you have done. Although this tattoo is now 5 years old, it's still as crisp and colourful as the day(s) you inked it! When we first set out to create a modern take on the traditional Japanese back piece, I had no idea it would turn out like this...you definitely exceeded my expectations. I just wanted to say thankyou for the beautiful work you created for me. As they say in Oz, "Love your work!"
Lotsa love, Maddie

21 May 2008


Another news article about Trailer Trash Tattoo!
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19 May 2008

Safety First

There has been a lot of talk in the media lately about health and safety in the tattoo industry. I take this issue very seriously and am very strongly dedicated to the highest levels of cleanliness and health practices in creating my 50s inspired tattoos.

Trailer Trash Tattoo is Qld Health Department approved and I have obtained qualifications via TAFE to create tattoos in a safe and healthy environment.

You should always feel comfortable asking your tattoo artist about their health and safety practices and equipment. This checklist illustrates the sorts of questions you should ask your tattoo artist so that you can be comfortable that you are receiving the highest quality of care.

It's all about creating a beautiful piece of art on your body safely and professionally so you can enjoy it for many years to come.

17 May 2008

In the news!

The Courier Mail did an article about Trailer Trash Tattoo!