Tattoo Fixers cast Steven 'Sketch' Porter: From his wife and four daughters to his inking studio, what you need to know about the E4 star

Tattoo Fixers cast: Sketch has been with the E4 series since the beginning [Steven Porter Instagram]

Sketch has been with E4 show Tattoo Fixers since it’s onset, and fans only love the adoring dad more as the seasons go on. 

In fact, the show has been such as hit that the cast of Tattoo Fixers were nominated for an award at this year’s NTAs. 

Jay Hutton, Alice Perrin and Paisley Billings joined Steven on red carpet for the event.

Here’s what you need to know about Sketch.

Sketch’s background as a tattoo artist

Tattoo Fixers cast: Sketch has been with the E4 series since the beginning [Steven Porter Instagram]

The South-Londoner has always been into art, and took an interest into graffiti at a younger age. 

Sketch got into tattoo artistry pulled in by the appeal permanent art work, and revealed he sees people’s skin as “walking canvasses.”

He took the first leap into the industry after buying a tattoo gun online and practising on… His dad!

Sketch revealed he brought his inked-up dad into a local tattoo studio, and they immediately offered him a job. 

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He now has his own studio, Reppin Ink, in Eltham. 

A lover of big and bold, Sketch has said he likes working on meaningful inks. “I like to think that I am helping someone when they get a tattoo that is part of their story,” he confessed.

Sketch’s wife and daughters

Tattoo Fixers’ Sketch is married and often post cute pictures of the couple on Instagram [Steven Porter Instagram]

Sketch is pretty loved-up, and often posts pictures of dates nights with his beautiful wife.

Sketch is also dad to four young daughters. 

What else do we need to know?

Adorably, his favourite tattoo is one on his lower leg/ankle designed by his daughter.

He said: “It’s probably not my best tattoo, and a lot of people would say ‘it’s terrible, it’s too deep and it’s scarred’, but my daughter’s one is probably the most meaningful.”

Sketch said the design was mean to be a human, but now she’s older she says it’s a spider. 

Find out more secrets from Jay Hutton and Sketch in their chat with OK! Online here:

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