Emily Holtzheuser was born on September 28th, 1990 in Toronto, Canada. From a very young age she had taken an interest in sculpting and painting using various mediums. In her adolescent years, she spent countless hours in the art department of her high school learning techniques in hand building and the structures of clay flutes, also known as ocarinas. She won first place in various categories in all four years of attending Saint Thomas Aquinas High School of Fort Lauderdale. In 2014, she received an Associate of Arts from Broward College in Florida after a long five years of going in and out of art schools, odd art jobs, and a tattoo apprenticeship.
Despite her lack of credentials, Emily has worked tirelessly to display her works at the many art fairs and events that take place in the cities of Fort Lauderdale to West Palm Beach. Emily has also earned a license in tattooing and works diligently to give life to her work in an unusual way creating beautiful designs on people. Her goals are to become a world renowned artist for her various styles of paintings and tattoos and destroy the tattoo artist stigma that people seem to dislike. She has also become heavily involved in silicone/resin casting, costume building, papier mâché, and has most recently taken an interest in virtual sculpting on her computer at home.