Friday October 21st 2:30-3:30 *Included with all passes
Thinking about getting a cover-up? Are you an artist that does cover-ups? Join us to learn how laser tattoo removal can make that cover-up go from a dark picture of the galaxy to a light, airy and beautiful tattoo. Learn about the basics of laser tattoo removal and how you and/or your clients can benefit from lightening tattoos before covering them up.
- Learn the basics of laser tattoo removal.
- Learn the benefits of using laser tattoo removal for cover-ups.
- See real examples of how lightening tattoos before covering them leads to better results.
Rob Harris – Owner & Founder, Certified Laser Technician & Laser Safety Officer
Rob is the tattoo removal guy who loves tattoos. Sitting in the Panera in Copley Square, Rob came up with the idea for Disappearing inc. “What if,” he thought, “we were the first business in Boston to specialize exclusively in tattoo removal and provide a completely unique customer experience?” And voila, Disappearing inc. was born (and by “voila” he means after a significant amount of tears, sweat and effort). Rob grew up in Northern New Jersey and went to college at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. Upon graduation, he moved to Boston and became a certified EMT. After 10 years in the for-profit world (P&G, Reebok, a bunch of .com’s) and 10 years in the non-profit world (Boston Children’s Hospital, Tufts Medical Center Floating Hospital for Children, among others), he decided he was tired of working for others and started Disappearing inc. He is a Certified Laser Technician and Laser Safety Officer from the National Laser Institute in Arizona. Rob lives in Brookline with his amazing wife (see below) and his two wonderful kids. An adrenaline addict, when he is not removing tattoos, he is being tattooed (over 38 hours of tattooing on his body and counting), skiing, snowboarding, bungee jumping or rock climbing. When not getting his adrenaline fix, he enjoys reading fantasy/sci fi (he’s really a geek at heart), following politics, cooking and writing poetry.