I was born and raised in South Florida. I enjoyed varied careers ranging from graphic design to entertainment before moving to Georgia in 2004. I began my cosmetology apprenticeship in 2008 in Atlanta, earning my master cosmetologist license before venturing north to Chattanooga in 2011.
My passion is for vibrantly colored hair and varied fantasy colors, which have become my specialty. For those that enjoy a more subdued palette, I use advanced techniques like balayage, flamboyage, ecaille, ombre, or classic foil highlights to create dimensional color.
From long flowing layered cuts to an edgy pixie, a great haircut is a foundation. Shiny, healthy hair with a style that you can recreate at home is always the most important way to ensure you look and feel your best.
To help better our community, I do volunteer haircuts for Room in the Inn, which houses female victims of domestic violence and their children. I am also on the board of Beauty & Soul in Georgia, which provides underprivileged adolescent girls with school supplies and back-to-school haircuts.
In 2022, I purchased a 1920 Brick Tudor that I am renovating/restoring.
Within this brick asylum lives a small army of not-so-tiny tyrants of my own making. I enjoy spending time with said 3 tyrants and our cats. (They made me say that, send HELP!)
In my almost non-existent spare time, my interests include driving and working on my 1974 Triumph Spitfire (you might see me around town, you can’t miss me, it’s magenta – it’s original color!), writing, photography, martial arts, jewelry design, and kiln-fusing and flame-working glass.