Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Logan started drawing at the age of 6 years old. Throughout his youth, he had great teachers who pushed him to become a better artist and to take risks with his art. At the age of 12, he was graced with the honor of having one of his drawings hung in the Brooklyn Museum of Art.
Logan entered the tattoo industry at the young age of 14 when he met tattoo artist, Tony Perez, and fell in love with the culture of tattoos. Perez tattooed out of Manhattan and subsequent to their meeting, took on Logan as a tattoo apprentice. From that day forward, Logan persevered with his dream of a career in tattooing and hasn’t looked back since.
Since becoming a tattoo artist, Logan has won various awards at conventions such as Tattoo Fest, Cigar City Tattoo Convention, and Scream Fest. His awards include: Best Black and Gray, Best Portrait, and Best in Color. He is known for his black and grey and photo-realism techniques, and is always working on perfecting his expertise further. In addition, he is currently breaking into the world of color portraits.
Logan’s career path has brought him to Paul Booth’ s Last Rites Tattoo Theatre where he continues to excel his art. He loves the theatre’s environment and is honored to be working amongst such a strong group of artists. It has also been his dream to some day work alongside the legendary Paul Booth with the hope to be influenced by him and to be pushed into a darker side of artwork and tattooing.
From a very young age, Logan has been attracted to and inspired by nature and the world around him. He grew up watching “Wild America” and “The Joy of Painting”. Today, Logan’s artistic influences include Bob Ross, traditional Japanese Ukiyo-e prints, H.R Giger, Clive Barker, his good friend, Wolfredo Soto, and “life itself”.