Many of you may recognize me primarily as a hairdresser. Indeed, it was my first calling, and one that I embraced wholeheartedly. Throughout my career, I garnered respect within the professional community for my roles as a salon owner, educator, and as a L'Oreal Professional Portfolio Artist. As a platform artist, I had the privilege of traversing the globe, sharing my passions and mentoring aspiring stylists to unleash their full potential.

Education has always been a cornerstone of my hairdressing journey. I relentlessly pursued excellence, competing in numerous competitions, gracing the pages of renowned magazines and editorials, all the while promoting a positive outlook and sharing my knowledge in all aspects of cosmetology.
Being a second-generation hairdresser, I have always been surrounded by a creative atmosphere that nurtured my artistry. Even during my high school years, I confidently styled my own hair and prided myself on being fashion-forward. With my licensing in 1988, my official journey in hairdressing commenced.

In the face of the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, I made a significant decision to explore a new path. Though I deeply miss my clients and the cherished memories forged throughout my career, I continue to embrace change and growth.

Are you wondering if I am still practicing hairdressing on Manitoulin Island? Feel free to reach out and inquire. Who knows what the future may hold...