Building trust is essential
I am a barber because this is truly what I want to do. I served for five years in the US Marine Corps, graduated from Colorado State University and then I went to Emily Griffith to learn barbering. I know it sounds crazy, but I wouldn’t change my career path for anything.
Through my military and collegiate experiences, I’ve learned that we are all simply human beings and we crave attention. I love the conversations and connections I have with each guy that sits in my chair. We start with a conversation. We get to know each other. What does he do? What is his lifestyle? Is he getting a haircut for a special reason? Once we know each other, then I go to work.
Every day at GQ Barber Lounge I learn. I get better. We have amazing and talented barber/stylists here and I get to work with them every day.
I also love shaving my guests. I’m known as the barber that will send you out with the baby-soft shave. Shaving is an art. It takes extreme attention to detail. And I love it.
I’m inspired every day simply by walking down the street and seeing how many guys have bad haircuts. It’s not that hard to look good. That’s why I love the conversation and consultation so much. I’ll make you look good. I promise.