Born on August 14th 1968 and stolen by a band of kazoo playing gypsies, and left to be raised by a pack of wild Muskrats deep in the untamed recesses of Louisville, kentucky. He’s always been a hard worker as a child he got his first job baiting hooks on the Ohio River within no time he was promoted to Master Baiter. As a teen he landed a good paying job as a diesel fitter until the great pantyhose decline of “89” plus his head being larger then, and they just didn’t need a diesel fitter anymore, so on to better opportunities. In 1990 he did back up vocals for an artist named Stubby Leg Pete on his new single “Daddy Don’t You Walk Too Fast” due to bad management and JD being a horrible singer he never made a dime on the deal. Looking for a complete change of scenery, JD joined the Navy. After being in the Navy for 7 ½ years he decided to Tattoo full time, JD has now been Tattooing for over 16 years and enjoys all styles.