I started my journey in the hair industry in Boston where I mastered the artistic and creative dry cutting method.
I then moved to LA to work on the set of Vh-1. While I was there I gained experience working with a few celebrity clients and was even written up in Vanity Fair magazine for best stylist in LA. I genuinely missed the East Coast so I took a position with an up and coming powerhouse of a team in Brooklyn, NY. We worked on editorial shoots, with multiple fashion week designers and quickly became the salon for anything new and trendy in NYC. Through all these amazing accomplishments, super fun and exciting times, I knew in my heart that my home city needed a new culture of salon. Boston needed a combined vibe inspired by LA and Brooklyn, NY.
So in 2014 I opened my first salon in Downtown Crossing.
It was a small studio space that had an urban boho esthetic and I started to build a team of artists from all creative backgrounds. Since then we have grown to our third location. All of our spaces are really unique and the vibe is very relaxed and welcoming. The team of stylists have been described as ”hair magicians”. So throughout my career with all that I have done and as much as I have traveled and seen. My proudest moment is when our salon guests say “this is the first time I have ever loved my hair”, or "the salon is so amazing", "I love the music, the vibe here is so relaxed".
It makes me proud that I was able to recreate that NY/LA experience here in Boston and on the South Shore.
Getting your hair done is personal and you exchange ideas and energy and sometime fears and at Bungalow we have made all that very comforting and relaxing. I can truly say that I am blessed and very proud of our brand, our team and our mission of manifesting good hair vibes.