I attended barber school at The Academy of Hair Design in Springfield, Mo where I graduated the barber program with honors in women’s haircuts and colors. This is also where I met Alex and that is how the Outlaw Gentlemen was founded. Knowing Alex was from the Rogersville area, and me being from the Fordland area made it a no brainer for us to partner up and open shop together. I have found a passion in doing hair that I never knew existed. My only regret is not doing it 20 years ago. I appreciate you coming to see me and will do everything possible to make you look and feel your best.
I knew I wanted to be a barber since I was in high school. I’ve always had a passion for older things. It seems to me older things were made with more care and have stood the test of time. That’s the same for barbershops, we wanted to open a shop that had as much attention to detail as something from the past but also a modern feel and technique. Meeting Kix was essential to making this happen although I didn’t know it at the time. To me being a barber is preserving an important part of American culture as well as making people feel good about themselves.