Meet Our Piercers

Spider-Bite Body Piercing employs two piercers who share the goal of creating a comfortable, enjoyable experience for their clients. Carrying the highest quality jewelry available, using meticulous sterilization techniques and incredible attention to aftercare, our body piercers aim to bring you the best. It is extremely important to us to obtain a positive end result when it comes to our clients piercings and our piercers try their hardest to make sure you have a happy, healthy piercing at the end of your healing process. 

Our head piercer, Farley, has more than ten years of experience in the industry, having worked around and in shops for most of his working career. He is skilled in a great variety of piercings, only excluding a few from his extensive piercing menu. Since Farley is fixated on a positive end result, he will not perform piercings that do not have a viable outcome. For example, the “snake eyes” piercing 

 or the “scoop” piercing are two examples that Farley does NOT offer because of their detrimental effects on the clients gums and teeth. Other piercings Farley does not offer include cheek piercings and surface piercings in unstable places. In addition to his ten years as a professional licensed body piercer, Farley went through a rigorous two year apprenticeship with his mentor, making sure to learn everything possible before getting fully licensed with the state of New Hampshire.

In addition to having Farley on our team, we also have his apprentice Morgan. While Morgan is still in training to become a fully licensed body piercer, she is licensed by the state of New Hampshire to practice body piercing under Farley’s instruction. On year two of her apprenticeship, Morgan has performed hundreds of piercings and helped many clients achieve the look they want. Morgan offers a limited menu, which includes special deals on the piercings that she is currently somewhat unfamiliar with. As Morgan advances through her apprenticeship, she continues to show promise as being a great piercer, just like her mentor Farley. Morgan is projected to finish her apprenticeship later this year and will become fully licensed in this state.

Along with their state issued licenses, Farley and Morgan are working on their journey to becoming APP (Association Of Professional Piercers) to show clients exactly how seriously they take their profession. Joining this organization will provide further reassurance to the people who come to our shop. We want to bring you the best possible body piercing experience and we believe that adding this type of credentials to our queue is a great way to prove that even more than we already try to. 

We want to extend our thanks to all of the clients who frequent our shop and those new clients that come in simply from driving by. Farley and Morgan appreciate the people that visit them immensely and again, do their best to bring you the most amazing piercing experience possible. Not only do they care about their clients during the piercing but are determined to help clients with any questions or concerns throughout the healing process. They also offer custom jewelry ordering, so if you are interested in upgrading your current collection, they can help you out with that. 

If you are close to Manchester (or even if you’re not) and in need of piercing assistance, come see us! We would love to have you here and would be thrilled to help get you set up with a great piercing with great jewelry in an awesome environment. See you soon!

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