Mini documentary on a tattoo shop owner and minister whose throat condition earned him his nickname. "Everybody's always talking at us. Vying for our attention and telling us their stories we don't want to hear. But occasionally, we take notice. We hear a story worth repeating. We most humbly believe Whispering Danny falls into that category. Sure his gravelly, whispered voice (thus the name, natch) is grabbing, but it's his unique perspective, not just on tattooing, that fascinates us." "Whispering Danny" 2:19 Whispering Danny (VO): Skulls. Roses. Panthers. Daggers. Ladies, both dressed and undressed. Hearts. Birds. Butterflies. Those are literally the building blocks of tattooing. There are certain images within the tattoo iconography that came way, way, way before you, and by repeating those images you have an inherent hope that these images will somehow live on in the future. Not that I’m qualified to assume why people do anything, but I do believe that it’s primal. As human beings we have this primal need to alter our appearance. We don’t want to walk around and look the same. It’s just, an itch that needs to be scratched. You have this urge. You know that once the urge is taken care of there will be a sense satisfaction hopefully, or perhaps fulfillment’s a better word. And then you can move on the next thing that itches I suppose. I’m Whispering Danny and I tattoo people.