"From the age of 3 years old, after I was praised for making such a realistic looking pig out of Play-Doh, I've wanted to be an artist.  My Play-Doh making skills grew and blossomed over the years and in 2001, I graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelors degree in Fine Art with an emphasis in Painting and Drawing.  Since then, I have sought out various forms of artwork...that is, when I can find time to squeeze in between raising four daughters and supporting my husband, Brandon Reynolds, M.D., a board certified plastic surgeon currently servicing breast reconstruction patients in Nevada.  His patients are the inspiration for my latest venture in paramedical tattooing. Areola and nipple creation is the very last step in breast cancer survivors' journeys back to physical restoration, back to feeling whole, back to themselves. I am so honored to be a part of those journeys and have absolutely loved meeting such wonderful women. I've been touched by their stories, and have been inspired by their strength.  This work has been my most satisfying and rewarding form of art yet."  - Annie Reynolds