Our Baltimore studio is located at 807 N. Howard Street, on Baltimore’s historic Antique Row in the Mount Vernon Neighborhood. We’ve taken over a building from 1830 and completely rehabbed it to create Baltimore City’s premier piercing-only studio.
We’ve dedicated ourselves to creating a safe space for everyone to get pierced, regardless of gender or sexual orientation, ethnicity, class, physical abilities or body type. A studio where anyone could get good piercings and high-quality jewelry, regardless of whether it’s a first piercing or twenty-first.
While many tattoo studios may offer piercing, we specialize exclusively in body piercing and jewelry. Each of our piercers has extensive experience, having worked previously at some of the finest studios in the country before settling in Baltimore. We have an extensive collection of high-quality body jewelry. We don’t sell anything we can’t stand behind. Come in and see what makes us special.
Open noon to 7 p.m. every day. Fully accessible.
Book an Appointment to schedule a time to visit our studio. Check out Before Coming In for information on our new protocol for studio visits.
When not working at the Baltimore studio, Kookie Lynn can be found at home hanging out with her seven boa constrictors. She is passionate about Japanese culture and an obsessive watcher of anime. Read more about Kookie and see her portfolio.
Heather has been piercing professionally since 2017. A Maryland native, she fell in love with body modification in the underground music scene in the '90s and early 2000s. Read more about Heather and see her portfolio.
Born and raised in Dover, Delaware, Caitlin first took an interest in body modification while watching her older sister and friends getting piercings. She got her first real piercing, an industrial, on her nineteenth birthday, and the addiction grew from there. When she heard of the opening of a second Infinite in Baltimore she excitedly applied, and was the first counterperson hired for the new studio!
In her downtime, Caitlin has a passion for all things movement. She grew up in ballet classes, was a color guard captain in her high school, and has recently taken up hula-hooping and outdoor roller skating. Caitlin also has an interest in animals, and previous pets include twelve pet rats. She currently has a cat, Finn—and a few freshwater fish.
Born and raised in Baltimore, Blake is incredibly passionate about piercing. She wants to educate everyone (especially POC) on the importance of jewelry quality, as well as make piercing accessible to people from all walks of life—and she hopes to become a piercer herself someday. She has seven pets: three rats, two cats, a mouse, and a rabbit.
Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Tyler got into body modification from tattooed family members—along with a childhood friend’s ambition to become a piercer. She grew up going to punk and metal concerts with family and has been in love with body modifications ever since. Tyler is passionate about anything art-related and often reads in her free time. She loves anything nerdy and currently has a three-year D&D campaign that is still ongoing.
Portia fell in love with body piercing at a young age and always loved seeing people with piercings and heavy body modifications. She is passionate about piercing as a way to claim our bodies after trauma, to connect with our cultures, and as a form of self expression. Piercing has helped her fall in love with her body and she wants to help others experience the same by fostering a safe and welcoming environment for clients from all walks of life. In her free time, Portia writes, draws, and makes leather bound books by hand.
Max grew up in New Jersey, only moving to Baltimore after graduating college with a history degree. Growing up, he saw body modification as an exciting way to play with his gender expression by seeing how he could use different jewelry and stylings to influence public perception of his own identity. As a dancer from a conservative studio with parents who still hold a strong bias against any sort of body mods, Max was mostly limited to what he could hide: temporarily dyed hair and at-home ear stretching. He’s very proud of having hid his pierced tongue from his parents for over a year after getting it pierced.
Max loves to learn new things and is stoked to now be a part of the Infinite team. He hopes to learn as much as he can not only from the amazing staff here, but from the wonderful people who come through the shop each day. In his free time, Max loves to study tarot, go ghost hunting, and watch anime with his cats. He’s most excited to start taking his kitten Thackery Binx on walks—once Binx stops escaping his harness.
Behind the Scenes
James Weber is the founder and owner of Infinite Body Piercing. He currently resides in Baltimore, and when not at the studio can usually be found at one of the city's many dog parks. Read more about James here.