In case you haven't noticed, I've been on hiatus from the henna biz. A full time job and henna gigs several weekends a month burnt me out, and I have a new hobby taking up time. I may consider the occasional gig, but right now nothing is planned.
If you stopped by Wicked Faire '08, the henna artist there was Robin from Henna Rising. She has been referenced as a henna fairy as well, which in most markets wouldn't be an issue, but since I worked at the first two faires it may be confusing.
If you are looking for a local artist, I'd be happy to try to help you find one, and my first suggestion is to check Henna Page and Henna Tribe for artist directories as well as information about henna and how to get started in this addictive hobby!
I have a limited quantity of Jamila henna (I belive 07 crop, but possibly 06 - kept in freezer the whole time) for anyone interested in trying it out for hair or body art. 100 g boxes, $8 each (plus S&H)