Matt Hodel is the owner of Ragtime Tattoo. Tattooing since 1996, Matt has worked in Brazil, Europe, Japan and coast to coast in the States. He currently takes appointments at Ragtime in STL, and Invisible NYC.
Jonathan Fournier started tattooing in 2010. Jonathan forged his way into tattooing by making his presence known very quickly. He has worked alongside some of the best members of the tattoo community, earning him respect both in NYC and St. Louis. Jonathan has followed in the foot steps of his mentors by working in custom shops specifically. This unique foundation has given him the skills to do large tattoo work and prune each project into the strongest visual story possible.
Ryan Henerey has been tattooing in St. Louis for over a decade. Ryan is a full-time resident of Ragtime Tattoo. His trademark relaxed demeanor puts his faithful clients at ease. Known for a strong geometric and mechanical style, it only makes sense that Ryan is a Gear Head at heart.
Amber Kogut has been tattooing for over 8 years. Originally from Buffalo, New York; Amber has made roots in the midwest. Two years ago she moved to St. Louis to further her artistic endeavors. While it is no secret she is wildly talented at tattooing, she also shares her artistic passions in photography, video editing and watercolor painting. In a one word description, you could call Amber Unstoppable.
Mo Malone was raised an east coast girl but quickly found traveling to be her second home. As an active member of the BMX community, Mo has parlayed her two passions and built a large network of clients and friends while traveling the States and Europe. Mo Malone has over 2 decades of tattooing to her credit. While attending Virginia Commonwealth University, she fell in love with tattooing. In 1996 she served her apprenticeship at Enigma in Richmond. With this strong foundation and help from her mentors, she has developed into one of the top Tattoo Artist working today. To her credentials, she has worked with the best in the field of tattooing. The shops she has made her home include but not limited to, Iron Age Tattoo(St. Louis), Love Hate Tattoo (New York), Bolder Ink (Colorado), Baltimore Tattoo Museum, Triple Crown (Austin), Th’ink Tank (Denver) and currently she works out of Ragtime Tattoo in St. Louis, Mo.
Haram Ahn is currently preparing for her apprenticeship under the guidance of Matt Hodel. Haram received her art education at Webster University in St. Louis. She also works in the field of live caricature entertainment, specializing in weddings and other private events. Stay updated on her tattoo journey by visiting her blog.