Sophia has a distinctive style, specializing in traditional style hand poke tattoos. She loves flowers and works near and with them as much as possible.

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Tanya Wischerath learned to tattoo under the tutelage of Suzanne. She has won the San Francisco Bay Guardian's "Best of The Bay," award for best tattoo artist for 2013, 2014, and 2015.  Her work was featured in London's National Portrait Gallery's annual BP Portrait Contest tour 2014. See more of her work at Email her at

Regina is a multimedia artist from Mexico City, with a background in Film and Electronic music. She apprenticed at the Rock Shop in Mexico City’s Coyoacan starting at 15 years old. She specializes in line work and blackwork tattoos. Watercolor tattoos, experimental geometry, abstract tattoos and botanical/scientific illustrations are her some of her favorite styles.

For her, tattooing is a space of radical vulnerability, in which trust and mutual respect is crucial for artist-client collaboration. Coming from a heavily male dominated tattoo background, creating a safe, judgement-free space for clients to claim ownership of their bodies is a crucial part of her work.

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Natasha has been tattooing professionally for 3 years and is ecstatic to be a member of the Modern Electric family. She especially loves working closely with clients to create sensitive original designs, focusing mainly on black and grey realism and surrealism.

With a deep love for 16th-18th c. European art, Natasha has a BA in the History of Art from UC Berkeley. When not tattooing, she spends the rest of her time oil painting.

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Suzanne M. Shifflett is artist and founder of Modern Electric Studio. She has over 20 years of experience in the tattoo industry. As well as being tattooist she is also a fine artist, having shown in many top notch galleries through out the country. You can see more of her work at Email her at

Marcelo likes to tattoo. Come get tattooed by him! He seems scary but he's really not. 

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