Roxx began tattooing in her hometown of London, where she was heavily involved in the punk scene of the 80’s.
A self taught tattooer, she traveled the world extensively on her mission to learn the craft.
Roxx has finally settled down, and designed and built a zen, modern art space, 2Spirit Tattoo, in the heart of beautiful San Francisco.

Roxx’s award winning blackwork and dotwork tattoos have garnered an incredibly loyal following and an international roster of proud collectors. She is honored that her clients feel inspired to travel to her from all over the world.

Roxx’s unique style embraces natures greatest creation, the human form. Her inspiration comes from marking the inner warrior on the outside and her visionary design work celebrates the strength of the human spirit. Indigenous art, architecture, ritual, and the divine forms of sacred geometry act to galvanize her designs.

Roxx is currently booking new clients for May 2016 onwards. She will be tattooing only in San Francisco for the foreseeable future. Please email for further information.


Immersed in the tattoo world since her early teens, Cats’ fascination with the process of mark making has taken her around the world, from her native England and now to San Francisco, with a number of pit stops along the way. She gained her Bachelors of Fine Art at Goldsmiths, London, and Masters also in Fine Art at Parsons, NYC. Cats’ broad and varied artistic and cultural experience provides her a unique perspective and approach to each tattoo. Her specific area of interest combines nature, texture and all things pattern work. Cats is currently booking for October 2015.


Halley apprenticed in 2000 under her mother, Bonnie Parker, who was one of few female tattoo artists of her time. As a second generation tattoo artist with 15 years experience, Halley has tattooing in her heart and soul.

Her journeys have taken her from tattooing in the Amazonian jungle, to the urban landscapes of New York, Seattle, Portland, and now San Francisco.

Halley’s transcendent art is derived from traditional textiles, art nouveau jewelry, embroidery patterns and folk art.
Spiritual concepts such as sacred geometry, mandalas and totem animals are her chosen subject matter.

Halley’s intention with her craft nurtures a shamanic experience for clients seeking transformation, and those who wish to interpret their authentic self.