READ THOSE BACKWARD hahaha
I don’t know where you’d go outside of Isreal or Queens, honestly. It’s hard because Leviticus bans tattoos and I don’t know of a single Jewish tattoo artist, never mind one that speaks Hebrew to boot… you’re on the right track though looking for someone who specializes in what you want.
I think the best thing to do is probably word of mouth, but check the #cultures and #typography tags for more warnings about tattoos like this. Even if you know some Hebrew and your artist says he/she is an expert—you can’t be certain of everything!
I would suggest hitting up the fine folks at Hebrew Tattoo.com for help with translation and then they send you a PDF of it in 65 Hebrew fonts. But, yeah, it’s hard to find a tattoo artist who knows Hebrew (not that hard to find a Jewish artist, though). It is really easy to mess up Hebrew. One wrong flourish and you’ve changed the letter and the word entirely.
You might look for a local sefer (calligraphist), but DO NOT TELL HIM YOU WANT IT FOR A TATTOO. Just that it’s a gift that you’re going to frame or something.
For the CritInk of Hebrew tattoos, spend some time on Bad Hebrew Tattoos.