I am a Hairstylist by profession and I love it. I feel blessed to have found it and have been doing it for almost 30 years. 30 years! WOW! When I started I thought I would do this gig until I got bored and I haven't yet. What a surprise to find that just like life my career has been ever changing and always a teacher. It has not only held my interest, but, has had me on the edge of my seat sometimes. Styles are constantly changing and it is exciting to learn new things and push my limits. Not only as a stylist but as a person as well. It has helped me grow as a person and an artist. Also, I love talking with people and feel like I have learned so much from my clients and feel they have helped me follow my path. It has been the unexpected bonus. My clients are my friends, my mentors, and my family.
coming home as a homesteader getting married to the love colorado your so beautiful only to match the bride
fruits of my labor your hair shining in the sun skin dewey from the heat of the day carefree and light, honoring the past thankful for the mother and her gifts anticipating the new year curious to see the wonders that will come enjoying the moment
The concept behind pris was future meets film in a world that is more desolate than now. I made the clothing out of recycled sweaters and metal fencing and screen. A little bit awkward and a little bit comfortable.
We had an art opening and a wonderful idea of doing some collaborating. So a couple of us got together and using one of the artists that were being featured at the opening we came up with a look. It was super fun!!!
We had a wonderful time flexing our creative muscles for this show. It was an hour long performance of dance and theatrics and Katie Parnello, director, had the great idea of incorporating fabric in the hair and I loved it. Here is our interpretation of that. There is a video put together of it on my podcast page. Check it out!!!
we at voodoo hair lounge and putting together a reference book for clients based on fringe. we have started by asking our clients to be our models. what beautiful clients we have!!!!
We were asked to style the hair and make-up for DeVelo magazine and Classic Facets. It was fun styling with a mix of vintage foundation and a modern twist.
An ecofashion show featuring clothing from prana and rachel znerold. makeup by jen murpy of afterglow. photographs by steve z photography. hair by the crew at urban pearl and the flower hairpeices by me and emmy swenson.
I styled the hair and make-up for the fashionmegreen eco-fashion photo shoot. Photographs by Caroline Treadway
Ann and Jesse Castro have opened up Voodoo Hair Lounge! We wanted to have a opening celebration and encapsulate what voodoo means to us. Here is some photos to show you.
Sarah Robinson and I styled the hair for the oneseam photo shoot for the launch of their new website.
The concept behind this series of photographs came about as I was thinking of the idea of eco-fashion.
Menagerie is our first fashion show in which not only did we style the hair and makeup, but designed and sewed the clothing.
jill as my warrior princess-recycled sweaters, feathers, roving.
i have been working with elephant magazine on their photo shoots for ecofashion for a year or so.
urban pearls opening night party!! my first time taking a creative director role-so fun!! clothing provided by urban outfitters. styling including make-up and clothing provided by the gang-as usual!! again a fundraiser-this time for urgent action fund and attention homes of boulder.
my clients are amazing and they let me have fun. here are a few pictures of a few of you guys and keep checking, who knows, maybe you’ll see yourself here.:)