Bio

I started my apprenticeship as a hairdresser in 2006. 13 years on, and with an even greater passion for men’s hair and barbering, I decided to move from Paris to London, the capital for hairdressing and barbering. I wanted to learn about the different techniques as well as discovering some innovative concept stores, which we don’t have many of back home.

Having a strong interest in men’s fashion, photography and the history of men’s hair styling allows me to bring my own creative flair to Murdock. I enjoy sharing my passion and knowledge, whilst constantly looking for ways in which to progress my skills and create new shapes.

I have previously worked for luxurious Parisian hotels, so customer experience is always essential for me. I particularly enjoy being able to share a wealth of knowledge to recommend the best use of hair products and personal styling techniques for each client.

It is a pleasure to work at Murdock. The team at Soho is great, and the barbers are brilliant. I enjoy working in the Soho store because of its fusion between a traditional and a modern barbershop. It has a great vibe, friendly atmosphere and we always have good music playing.

Fun Facts

Since moving to London I have found that I love a good cup of tea and a sticky toffee pudding.

Believe it or not, I had never stepped foot in a hairdresser until I started working in one. My mother used to cut my hair (grade one?). When I was 11 years old, my brother and I wanted different haircuts, so we decided to cut each other’s hair. Since then, I have never put down the scissors!

I rocked this 90’s bowl-cut for a long time. My grandfather had a hair salon and my uncle was a hairdresser there too. He sadly passed away before I was born but I know his passion runs through my veins.