Candice Browne began tattooing in 1997 in her home town Calgary, Alberta. After working and owning studios over the years, Candice relocated to Bragg Creek, Alberta. In 2007 Candice suffered a car accident and stepped back from tattooing to focus on healing. At this time she worked office management and bookkeeping positions while tattooing a couple days a week.
After the 2013 flood Candice decided to leave Bragg Creek and relocate to Kelowna, British Columbia. A place she had been to often visiting her grandparents throughout her life. Candice found herself working in office positions and traveling back to Calgary to tattoo before finding a shop to tattoo.
Candice enjoys tattooing color and black & grey as well as fine and bold lines.
In October of 2018 Candice went into business with Bethany Saura. Many hours went into designing, organizing and building The Ink Parlour.
Candice Browne and Bethany Saura together opened the The Ink Parlour tattoo studio in 2018.