After graduating from the Penrose Academy in 2011, Emily participated in an extensive one year apprenticeship before working behind the chair and successfully building a devoted following.
“My whole life I aspired to be an artist, always desiring to create something unique and beautiful. I always thought I would be an architect, but as I thought more and more about what I really wanted, I decided I wanted to make a more personal difference in people’s lives. I love what I do because I have the opportunity to impact every person that sits in my chair. I especially enjoy hair sculpting – probably the architect in me. I love working with blondes. One of my favorite things to do is taking hair that is overly processed and slowly nurturing it back to good health. I love healthy, beautiful hair.”