J.J. Dukharan is the outgoing and creative owner of the Vision Seeker brand. He strives to elevate the beauty in simplistic, as well as rustic designs, and does so through the genuineness of his craft and aesthetics. Having studied at Seneca College with a background in illustration and animation, J.J.'s portfolio extends from various forms of art design including murals, paintings, illustration work and virtual games. When it comes to tattooing, J.J. dedicates his passion for the arts by crafting pieces that naturally flows with the human shape —emphasizing on each individual piece as if it was made to belong to that individual person. He believes that each tattoo should be made to compliment the body, as well as spiritually designed to tell a story. To him, it's simply about keeping things organic! Join him in his creative journey as a tattoo artist, where each unique piece is delicately crafted with ultimate care.
Dallas Conte is an award-winning illustrator who graduated from OCAD University in 2014. She has an everlasting fascination with all things dark and surreal, which has followed her from childhood all the way into her professional life as an artist. She now specializes in black and grey work, with bold lines and intricate textures—ranging from small text-based pieces to large illustrative works of art. Dallas loves to do custom pieces and collaborate with clients one-on-one to create an image that is special and unique to them. Besides tattooing, her medium of choice is charcoal and graphite on vellum. Dallas has a particular love for visual metaphors, psychedelia, skulls, and all types of curious beings. When she’s not making art, you can find Dallas sitting behind the drums at some of the city’s most notable music venues playing blues, soul, rock & roll and everything in between.
Valerie Tan is Vision Seeker's newest artist–after working an apprenticeship under the guidance of JJ. Throughout her childhood, Valerie was always interested in the Arts, and attended drawing lessons at a very young age. Her first step in becoming a skilled artist was at Seneca College's Art Fundamentals program. There, Valerie studied drawing, illustration, design, colour theory, and art history in order to build a foundation in Visual Arts. After developing the dexterities she needed, Valerie started to explore the world of tattooing and discovered J.J., the creator and an artist at Vision Seeker Studio. Ever since she was offered an apprenticeship by him, she has been creating designs and learning to tattoo under his guidance. Valerie's style is minimalistic with mostly simple lines and intricate dot-work. She also has experience with graphic illustrations, where she likes to create surrealist, psychedelic and cartoon-inspired work.