What made you choose hairstyling as a career?
Hair was always a way for me to express myself and to be artistic. I wanted to share that
What’s your favorite part of doing hair?
Creating new color formulas and playing with shapes in cuts
Any major moments in your career?
Taking small one on one classes with stylists, especially Roger Thompson
What’s been the high point for you?
Watching myself grow in my career
Out of all the things you’ve learned over the years, what was your favorite?
Cutting the Sassoon way
What’s kept you doing hair for all this time?
Passion. People. Art.
Why are consultations so important?
So that you and your client have a mutual understanding
What’s your number 1 hair care tip?
Have it done professionally
Who’s your style icon?
Mary Quant, 60’s British mod & Louise Brooks, 20’s silent film actress
If you could go to dinner with any famous person, who would it be?
Vidal Sassoon or Morrissey
If you could pick any decade to live in what would it be and why?
1960’s British Mod era. It was a fashion dream and the music was amazing
Who’s got your favorite celebrity hair?
Definitely Louise Brooks from the 1920’s
What’s the thing you love most about being a stylist?
Being creative and listening to people
Who or what are you most inspired by?
Family, art, music
What place in the world would you love to see more than anywhere?
Ireland, London, and India
What’s your favorite thing to do on a day off?
Go to the Peninsula, antique shopping, have fun with my family and dogs, take a bath, drink tea, and find various ways to excite my creative mind.