photo by  Aaron Codling Photography    Esme Hall   “We are literally putting “medicine” in the form of images and symbols, INTO people’s bodies. This work can be quite profound and life changing for those who chose to engage it with deep intention and a desire to manifest positive change in their lives. ” EH 2018  Esmé Hall is the sole owner of and head tattooist at Sacred Vessel Tattoo. Born in Menlo Park, California to parents who recognized and nurtured her artistic abilities at an early age. The encouragement of exploring and developing different media and styles has led to a broad spectrum of artistic abilities, and years of dedication to developing skill and technique.  In 1994, while attending the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Esmé picked up her first set of tattoo machines and began experimenting with needles and ink in her own skin. Soon after that, she became immersed in the study of the history, culture, and art of tattoo. Inspired, she returned to Vermont in 1997, where she had spent the majority of her life, giving birth to her son Leroy in 1998 she took a small break from tattooing. To pursue this work more professionally, in 2001 she obtained an apprenticeship at the then named Body Art in Montpelier VT. In 2003, Esmé acquired her tattooist’s license from the State of Vermont, and after much planning and hard work, opened Venus Tattoos in February of 2009. Venus Tattoos closed it’s doors in March of 2011 with the early arrival of unexpected twin sons Jack & Balin, born 2 months prematurely. After a year 1/2 break with the twins and working very part time at The Shady Lady Tattoo and Piercing Parlour in Moretown VT, Esmé opened Sacred Vessel Tattoo in September 2017.  Esmé   is known for her extreme attention to detail and reverence for the ancient art form of tattooing. Esmé is currently focusing on botanical/nature inspired imagery and intuitive tattoo sessions with her clients.  esmeava@sacredvesseltattoo.com +1 (802) 279 4334  INSTAGRAM  @esmeava

photo by Aaron Codling Photography

Esme Hall

“We are literally putting “medicine” in the form of images and symbols, INTO people’s bodies. This work can be quite profound and life changing for those who chose to engage it with deep intention and a desire to manifest positive change in their lives. ” EH 2018

Esmé Hall is the sole owner of and head tattooist at Sacred Vessel Tattoo. Born in Menlo Park, California to parents who recognized and nurtured her artistic abilities at an early age. The encouragement of exploring and developing different media and styles has led to a broad spectrum of artistic abilities, and years of dedication to developing skill and technique.

In 1994, while attending the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Esmé picked up her first set of tattoo machines and began experimenting with needles and ink in her own skin. Soon after that, she became immersed in the study of the history, culture, and art of tattoo. Inspired, she returned to Vermont in 1997, where she had spent the majority of her life, giving birth to her son Leroy in 1998 she took a small break from tattooing. To pursue this work more professionally, in 2001 she obtained an apprenticeship at the then named Body Art in Montpelier VT. In 2003, Esmé acquired her tattooist’s license from the State of Vermont, and after much planning and hard work, opened Venus Tattoos in February of 2009. Venus Tattoos closed it’s doors in March of 2011 with the early arrival of unexpected twin sons Jack & Balin, born 2 months prematurely. After a year 1/2 break with the twins and working very part time at The Shady Lady Tattoo and Piercing Parlour in Moretown VT, Esmé opened Sacred Vessel Tattoo in September 2017.

Esmé is known for her extreme attention to detail and reverence for the ancient art form of tattooing. Esmé is currently focusing on botanical/nature inspired imagery and intuitive tattoo sessions with her clients.

esmeava@sacredvesseltattoo.com
+1 (802) 279 4334

INSTAGRAM @esmeava

photo by  Aaron Codling Photography    Andrea Garritano     Andrea has been interested in art as far back as she can remember. Much of her time in school was spent doodling on her math work. She studied Studio Art at UVM and Graphic Design at CCV. Andreas mediums span from photography and mixed media to painting and drawing. She began getting tattooed at age 18 and has been collecting pieces in the time since. Andrea tattooed herself for many years before deciding to get serious and pursue an apprenticeship. Over the last year and a half she apprenticed in Colorado before making the move back east in 2017. She finished her apprenticeship at Sacred Vessel Tattoo, obtaining her license on March 8, 2019. Andrea enjoys tattooing bold, traditional styles as well as illustrative realism. Contact Andrea to get started on a custom piece today!    notquitegold@gmail.com   INSTAGRAM  @ageez36

photo by Aaron Codling Photography

Andrea Garritano

Andrea has been interested in art as far back as she can remember. Much of her time in school was spent doodling on her math work. She studied Studio Art at UVM and Graphic Design at CCV. Andreas mediums span from photography and mixed media to painting and drawing. She began getting tattooed at age 18 and has been collecting pieces in the time since. Andrea tattooed herself for many years before deciding to get serious and pursue an apprenticeship. Over the last year and a half she apprenticed in Colorado before making the move back east in 2017. She finished her apprenticeship at Sacred Vessel Tattoo, obtaining her license on March 8, 2019. Andrea enjoys tattooing bold, traditional styles as well as illustrative realism. Contact Andrea to get started on a custom piece today!

notquitegold@gmail.com

INSTAGRAM @ageez36

 
Leroy Dill-Hall       youcantfindahatyoulike@gmail.com +1 (802) 279 5113  INSTAGRAM  @sw33thart

Leroy Dill-Hall

youcantfindahatyoulike@gmail.com
+1 (802) 279 5113

INSTAGRAM @sw33thart