• Chet Wood

    Chet WoodChet was 16 when he received his first tattoo, and started tattooing at the young age of 14 years old.

    With an artistic talent and friends that wanted tattoos, it only made sense for April (Chet’s wife) to buy him a tattoo gun as a gift. Owning his own tattoo gun was inspiring for him because it allowed him to start up a new form of art; something which he is passionate about.

    Chet’s father was an artist who worked in the mediums of oil painting and air brushing. It only made sense to Chet to continue on in his father’s footsteps.

    When asked what is his “best advice” for someone interesting into getting into the tattoo industry, Chet simply replied “You have to know how to draw.”

    Chet’s favourite tattooing would include animals, medieval, dragons, and skulls. View Chet’s work.


    Jon Fraser

    Jon WoodJon was born in Saint John, NB grew up in Grand Bay-Westfield.

    He has alway’s been into art as far back as he can remember. It was when he was 16 he knew he had a talent in the art world.

    Once he got out of high school, he decided to follow his roots as an artist and never looked back. He has been learning the art of tattooing since 2011 and has been tattooing professionally since 2014.

    Jon enjoys doing all types of tattoos and is looking forward to a long career in tattooing and producing some bad ass tattoos (in his words).

    View Jon’s work.


    James MacNab

    James MacNabJames was born and raised in Saint john NB, he has been interested in art since a young age.

    Always painting and drawing his love for art grew when he discovered tattoos. Receiving his first tattoo at the age of 16 peeked his interest to start tattooing himself and his friends and decided to pursue it as a career. He started his apprenticeship with Pain & Pleasure Tattoos with Chet as his mentor in early 2016. He is progressing fast and looking forward to following his dream of becoming a tattoo artist.

    View James’ work.

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