Interview Themes<br />Charlie’s Career<br />Tattoos as art<br />Sexism<br />
‘Charlie’s Career’ Potential Questions<br />How did you become a tattooist?<br />What do you have to do to become one ?<br />How long have you done this for?<br />Is it a competitive business ??<br />What's your next goal in your career?<br />
‘Tattoos as Art’ Potential Questions<br />How many tattoos do you have ?<br />Do they all have a special meaning?<br />Do you think tattoos are still seen as lower class or are they becoming more widely recognised as art?<br />What do you think of people who tell you that you will regret having the tattoos done when you are older?<br />Are tattoos becoming more popular?<br />
‘Sexism’ Potential Questions<br />Is it difficult to break through in such a male dominant industry ?<br />Are there still people who see women with tattoos as having ‘tramp stamps’?<br />Are there men within the industry who believe there shouldn’t be female tattoo artists?<br />Are tattoos becoming more popular with women?<br />
Overall Style<br />Similar to LA ink – focusing on the artwork, but more realistic and showing the British version<br />Documentary<br />Reality<br />Hint of experimental<br />
Conclusion<br />A documentary based around the life of Charlie; an aspiring female tattoo artist who is trying to break through to London and the States. From this we can explore the issues of gender equality in the world of an also questioned art.<br />We are choosing Charlie because of the fact of both gender equality in society, and tattooing is still a subject that is not totally agreed on in society and therefore challenging to the viewer.<br />
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