Scott is now providing his services on location ie: home or office. He is a industry leader doing hair since 1993. Trained by the French he describes his style as classic with a modern twist. The modern twist comes from Vidal Sasson London where Scott was selected to be a part of an Advanced cut, color, and style team creating a portfolio of photos for the brand. He also trained with Yosh Toya who taught him how to cut hair like a bespoke tailor. He has trained with a majority of industry leaders and is always focused on providing his clients a tailored look that makes them look their best.
Scott is also and expert when it comes to color. He was one of the first to learn and master the bayalage technique that was part of his French training. In 2005 after Hurricane Katrina Scott moved to NYC and was hired by the Ales Group as the artistic color director for the United States. Scott has also created complicated colors used for top actors for film and television. Scott takes pride in his ability to create a color that requires little maintenance and complements your total look.
Scott has the ability to connect with his clients by a focusing on who you are and will use this in his decisions on creating your look. He tailors your look to what you do for a living, hobbies and lifestyle. Scott enjoys learning about you and builds relationships that last. He still has his very first client from his first job at JC Penney's salon in 1993.
Scott has left the Brick and Mortar business to reinvent the way beauty and wellness services are done. Seeing the growing trend for deliverable products and services Scott developed an app for the beauty and wellness industry called spafoo. You can now download spafoo into your smartphone and have beauty and wellness services delivered to your door. Scott's clients have enjoyed the convenience of getting their services in the comfort of their home. He is excited to bring a technology to the industry that allows providers the ability to work any schedule that works for them while keeping 100 percent of their income.