Kevin Stress


My art journey began at a very young age.  Drawing was something that I enjoyed doing, and I guess I just never really stopped.  I briefly attended art college in Columbus, before deciding to travel the states and do some soul searching instead.  After some time on the road, I came back to Ohio to start my tattoo career.

I began tattooing full time in the early 2000s, but had been hanging around tattooers, artists and shops since the mid 90s.  I like to do custom, large scale, color tattoos; specializing in Traditional Japanese inspired work.  I draw influence from the Japanese ukiyo-e artists such as Yoshitoshi, Hokusai and Kuniyoshi.  I enjoy the obscure and dark side of Asian art, as well as Buddhist, Balinese and Tibetan imagery.

I’ve also traveled extensively in the past few years, both leisurely and work related, doing guest spots and international conventions, including Singapore, Eindhoven, South Korea and Bali; which has allowed me to expand my artistic inspiration from all over the world.



Curt Everitt


Having graduated from the Columbus College of Art & Design in 2005 with a dual major in Time Based Media & Fine Arts, my post graduation focus was on fine art and gallery exhibitions. Soon after, I found opportunity within the retail design industry. In 2010 I moved to NYC and spent 4 years immersed in the cities' art culture. I utilized my time designing everything from clothing, to furniture, to editorials, while collaborating on Relapse magazine and various art installations. After 10 years of designing for major retailers and indie action sports companies, I found myself seeking another challenge.  

I have always been passionate about tattoos, and in awe of this field of art. At the end of summer 2014, I was graced with the opportunity to move back to my home state of Ohio to begin my apprenticeship under Kevin Stress. Kevin has been a long time inspiration, friend, mentor & brother; I cannot thank him enough. I’m excited to build a future with our new family here at Enso Tattoo. Stay tuned to see my art grow and evolve as I begin to merge my experiences from the past and present.



Alex Powell


In my high school days I was heavily involved in sports and preparing for college. In my free time I would draw and take art classes but I had yet to realize art was going to be my focus in life. My family has been a huge support in my artistic path. Specifically my mother and sister who is a published photographer. She has always been a mentor to me. Even at a young age she would give me assignments and direction. This fueled my love for art and after graduating high school in 2014, I dedicated myself to pursue a career in tattooing. Tattooing has been a lifestyle for me ever since. 

I am passionate and constantly pushing myself to progress artistically. Over the years I’ve been fortunate to learn with and from several great artists. Throughout this process I have built a clientele in black and grey realism but I do not limit myself to that style. I enjoy blackwork, bright and bold Neo-Traditional, and custom script work. In addition to tattoos I'm into street wear, furniture, & fine art. Family, passion, and artistic development is a huge part of my life. I’m excited and inspired to be apart of the Enso family



Haley Zontini


Left Handed Tattooer Columbus Ohio Tattooing & Cosmetic Tattooing..




Iggy Sweeney


Growing up in Miami, Florida I was heavily influenced by the art scene there. Back in the 80's and 90's there was a huge boom in street art which brought about so many different genres like graffiti, Art Deco, and realism to the forefront. In witnessing this, it encouraged me to pursue my own art journey which led me to apply to the Columbus College of Art and Design upon graduating from high school in 1991. After applying and then receiving a scholarship to CCAD, I began my art career. I was fortunate enough to land a tattoo apprenticeship in one of the very 1st premiere tattoo studios in Columbus and the very 1st tattoo studio on Ohio state campus in 1994. That studio was called Viking Tattoo and it was led by one of the most progressive artists of that time, Lars Johansson. I learned the value of work ethic, creativity and customer care, as well as the newly set standard of client health protection procedures and practices that the board of health requires. In my 25 year career I've mainly focused on my love of realism, fine art, and portraiture. But I also love and appreciate doing just about every style and genre of tattooing. I have always felt a true love and appreciation for this beautiful art form that has flourished and grown immensely in the time I've been fortunate enough to be a part of it. And I look forward to continue serving past, present, and future clients here at Enso with the same quality and care that Columbus has grown accustomed to receiving from me.