I started my career as an apprentice with Vidal Sassoon in London in 1967. I had the great fortune of working with top names in the business and my work appeared regularly in many well-known fashion publications, including Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar and Elle. Six years later, I became a partner and creative director at Joshua Galvin, one of London’s most distinguished haircutting schools. I traveled extensively in Europe, training stylists on the latest techniques and trends in hair fashion. In 1977, I came to the U.S. and joined Regis Corporation as an artistic director, working to establish the artistic team and technical program. It’s extremely satisfying to work with such a talented creative team to continue to position Regis as the leading authority in hair fashion. Today, after more than 33 years, I still love what I’m doing.
My family first and foremost. Then hair, fashion, travel, movies and great restaurants like Nobu Matsuhisa in L.A, Basta Pasta and Lucky Strike in NYC, Le Caprice in London, and Lucia's, Monte Carlo and Be'Wiched Deli in Minneapolis.
Winston Churchill biography. He saved the western world.
Malcolm Gladwell's The Tipping Point - How little things can make a big difference.