Baltimore Street Iron Tattoo Machines
Baltimore Street Iron Tattoo Machines - Charles "Trey" Freeland has been tattooing since 1992. Shortly after opening his first shop in 1996, Trey started crafting handmade tattoo machines in small batches. His first production machine was the Lucky Seven Shader, which was available until 1999. In 2004, Trey moved back to Hanover, MD, and opened Baltimore Street Tattoo, where he developed his unique building style and tuning techniques. He purchased the current Baltimore Street Tattoo property in 2007; it offered additional space and machining capabilities that allowed Trey to start Baltimore Street Irons. In addition to maintaining his broad tattoo client base, Trey has been 100% hands-on with every aspect of Baltimore Street Irons, which provides tattoo machine builders and artists with thoroughly-tested tattoo machines and building supplies alike.