I met Nicholas Adams a few years ago in Las Vegas at the APP Conference and Expo. He was wearing a skin tight Fred Perry, had a Bill the Butcher gleam in his eye and called me a Geezer. Over the course of our friendship he’s been an occasional houseguest, an Uncle to my Italian Greyhound (who he calls Suzanne despite it being a male hound named Bailey) and even married one of my favorite people in the world.
He’s also the funniest person I’ve ever met.
My newer friend Will sat down with Nicholas on his “podcast” to discuss the trials and tribulations of being an on-the-road body piercer; if that sounds like your cup of tea you should check it out. From the show’s description:
In this weeks episode, we speak about a topic that is gaining quite a bit of momentum in the industry. That topic is being a Traveling Body Piercer. As we see, the demand for a unique individual that can seamlessly cover days, or even weeks at high end studios. It is becoming clear that this is a viable option for a body piercer.
That brings us to this weeks guest, the journeyman himself, Nicholas Adams. Nicholas has been exclusively traveling the country working in some of the most well-known studios across America. We take some time to discuss the pros and cons of traveling, what we both think is best for your social media and what it takes to be a rambling man in this industry.
You can listen to it here: Life on the Road.
About Real Talk: A Piercing Podcast-
Real Talk is a podcast from the minds of piercing industry professionals on piercing and piercing culture. Each episode is centered on a common theme with a guest. We will discuss things such as piercing methods,industry topics, jewelry, and culture. Real Talk is hosted by professional body piercer Will VonDoome.