After hanging out at tattoo shops since the age of 19, May May Yaeger landed an apprenticeship, learning the tricks of the trade for a year and a half. May May did not have it easy growing up. Abandoned by her mother, who died due to alcoholism, she had to support herself and worked 90-hour weeks. May May has been tattooing for six years now and prides herself on being adaptable
in order to suit her clients' needs. She specializes in realism, Japanese, and neo-traditional. Thriving on competition and excellent at taking criticism, she plans to use these strengths to come out the winner!