Q&A: After ‘Ink Master’ finish, ‘Creepy Jason’ sees no limit to his tattooing now
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Q&A: After ‘Ink Master’ finish, ‘Creepy Jason’ sees no limit to his tattooing now

People watch as a back tattoo by local artist "Creepy Jason" is shown on the screens during an Ink Master watch party at Johansson’s in Westminster on Tuesday, September 24. Creepy Jason, a tattoo artist from Hampstead and the House of Madness Tattoo Emporium & Odditorium, finished third in the season finale. (Brian Krista/Carroll County Times) He didn’t win it all, but Hampstead tattoo artist “Creepy Jason," aka Jason Lynn, was in it till the end in the Paramount Network’s tattoo art contest show “Ink Master,” earning a third-place finish in the reality show’s finale on Sept. 24. Starting out as a small-town underdog from House of Madness Tattoo Emporium & Odditorium on Hampstead’s Main Street, Creepy Jason became a fan favorite, reached the finals and submitted as his final tattoo a sultry lady-buccaneer coming ashore, covering the entire back of a living canvass volunteer. Now that the show is over, the Times caught up with Creepy Jason to learn more about this experience, how his newfound fame has affected his life and business, and what is next for Hampstead’s resident ink master. "Creepy Jason" of House of Madness Tattoo Emporium & Odditorium in Hampstead on Tuesday, June 4. […]

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