Piercer | Billy

I am delighted to be back in the Pacific North West with my Adorn family! A connection to my clients and their overall experience is of the utmost importance to me. Even the simplest adornment can be a sacred and cathartic rite of passage that, together as humans, we have done for thousands of years. I promise to treat you and your experience with the same amount of trust, respect and dignity that body piercing rituals have embodied for generations. I am excited to make you all super sparkly!”

Employing an eye for aesthetics, pleasant bedside manner, and knowledge of precious metal and gemstone pairings, Billy strives to connect with clients, fitting unique jewelry combinations tailored to their individual personality, anatomy and aesthetic. To create something beautiful and functional that is uniquely their own while honoring the art, energy and tradition of the craft.

Billy Wood Jr. is the Operations Manager for the Adorn studios. Originally from Massachusetts, he has been piercing professionally since 2006, but has worked in the industry since 1998. Billy has worked at renowned shops his entire career including Rockstar Body Piercing in Providence, RI where he apprenticed under Jef Saunders, 23rd Street in Oklahoma City, and Saint Sabrina’s in Minneapolis. Having lived and traveled extensively from coast to coast enabled him to work in some of the finest shops in the country where he learned, collaborated and shared information with some of the most knowledgeable piercers in the industry.

He has held body art licenses in multiple states, is a graduate of the Fakir Musafar Advanced Body Piercing Intensives in San Francisco, CA, a business Member of the Association of Professional Piercers and has taken countless other classes and seminars on body modification to soak up knowledge on every aspect of the art. He attends the Association of Professional Piercers conference in Las Vegas yearly teaching and taking classes on all aspects of body piercing. Billy is also a board member of the Hawthorne Boulevard Business Association. 

When not at the shop you will likely find him enjoying some aspect of the culinary arts, and believe us it’s not hard to find him.. You can hear him from blocks away! Preferred pronouns: He/Him