Trey English III began his tattoo career in 2006 in Lubbock Texas. Over the next several years Trey worked his apprentice at Big Buddha tattoo and learned quickly. He trained classically and was finally able to immerse himself in the industry and wrap himself in his art. After his training was completed Trey left Lubbock and moved to Fort Worth to continue his professional tattoo artist.
Trey landed at Mild to Wild Tattoo Parlor in North-Richland-Hills. Trey spent the next six years learning about the harsh realities of the tattoo industry, he honed his craft.
After six years, Trey packed up and moved to the Tattoo Ranch in Fort Worth. It was here that Trey developed his unique style and began competing in tattoo competitions. He earned two awards at the First Annual Ink and Art convention in Fort Worth in 2015. He won First Place in the Small Color tattoo competition and Best Neo-traditional tattoo.
At the Second Annual Ink and Art convention in 2016, Trey English earned four awards. Including Best of Day, First Place Small Color, First Place Neo-Traditional, Second Black, and Grey.
Recently Trey shifted gears and came home to Fort Worth at Hell’s Half Acre Tattoo Studio in the Fort Worth Stockyards.
“I received this extraordinary opportunity,” said Trey. “I could not pass up the opportunity to advance myself and my art while coming home to the stockyards.”
Trey is looking forward to expanding his ever-growing portfolio and keeping his clients happy.