Committed to the Cause
Hannah Wolf started tattooing in 2003. Hannah's tattoo career has taken her all over the world. Her work has been published both domestically and internationally. Hannah has always had a great love for science and research. In Hannah's time tattooing she recognized a lack of adequate resources for tattoo artists and consumers to educate themselves. Hannah wanted to answer the questions she could not answer. This is how The Science of Tattooing was created.
Dr. Shelley Mason
Shelley Mason is a scientist and writer, with a Ph.D in Bioengineering and training in human clinical research. As a researcher she studied regenerative medicine and cell developmental biology, and designed clinical research models that could potentially replace the use of animal models. She is a grant writer and writes academic articles and textbooks, as well as science-fiction. She has been serving as the Chief Science Officer at Info Surf Consulting since 2018. Shelley’s creative and technical works can be found at www.creations.pub.
Dr. David Warmflash
David Warmflash, MD is an astrobiologist, science and medical communicator, and author. He has published a range of articles in scientific journals and popular media outlets and has been a guest on several science podcasts and radio shows. His new book, Moon: An Illustrated History: From Ancient Myths to the Colonies of Tomorrow, tells the story of the Moon in 100 illustrated vignettes, beginning with the Moon's formation more than 4.5 billion years ago, continuing through its influence on ancient human cultures and the emergence of science, culminating with human exploration on the Moon during Project Apollo and what we have learned from it, and taking a glimpse at our future lunar activities and industries. The book has received praise from a range of reviewers, including the Wall Street Journal, Space.com, and various space personalities.
Dr. Kevin Choo
Kevin Choo, DC, is currently based in Carpinteria, California. He uses a number of PT modalities in his practice, including laser therapy, in conjunction with adjustments and myofascial release. Prior to embarking upon a second career as a chiropractor, Kevin received an M.S. in Molecular Physiology & Biophysics. He worked in academia conducting biomedical research for almost two decades, focused on topics including drug addiction, schizophrenia, and lung cancer. To date he has five tattoos and has not ruled out getting more in the future.