‘Tattoos After Dark’ Chris Saint & ‘Frozen’ Composer Christophe Beck

Chris Saint (@saintpiercing) Born and raised in England, Chris moved to Hollywood in 2007 to restart his piercing career. With more than eight years of experience, Chris considers himself on the cutting edge of the piercing industry.

He splits his time between Los Angeles and Las Vegas and is always trying to reach new heights through his work. One of the most straight-laced of the bunch, he is professional with his clients and takes great pride in his work. An expert in his field, Chris focuses on precision, creativity and presentation. Visit His Website!

Canadian composer Christophe Beck started piano lessons at five, and by eleven he was learning Bee Gees songs by ear and performing with his first-ever band, the unfortunately-named Chris and The Cupcakes.

During high school he studied piano, saxophone, and drums, and wrote many tender 80’s love ballads. While studying music at Yale, Beck wrote two musicals with his brother Jason (a.k.a. Gonzales, the Paris-based pianist-producer-TV Host-prankster), as well as an opera based on “The Tell-Tale Heart” by Edgar Allen Poe. Upon graduation, Beck moved to Los Angeles to attend USC’s prestigious film scoring program, where he studied with Jerry Goldsmith. A personal recommendation from the legendary Buddy Baker, head of the USC Music Department, led to his first assignment for a Canadian TV series called “White Fang.” Several TV series later, he was asked to score the second season of WB Network’s “Buffy the Vampire Slayer“. Beck received the Emmy Award for Outstanding Music Composition for his score to the “Buffy” episode, “Becoming, Part 1.” Visit his website!

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