#MyStyle



As a stylist, I spend a lot of time in the stores and showrooms searching for the latest must-have items to make a model pop on set. Put simply, my job is to make people look good. When I do my job well, they look REALLY REALLY good.

AT&T, Carrie Underwood, Dove, ESPN, Entertainment Weekly, Health Magazine, Mindful Magazine, MTV, Target, Tina Fey and Verizon are just a few of the many clients I've styled shoots for.

Around 9/11 when business slowed down I got seriously into yoga. I took a teacher training, got certified, and became an instructor at Excelsior Health Club. My upbeat style of vinyasa yoga attracted a loyal group of regulars who attended my weekly classes.

Once the economy started to rebound, the styling jobs came back, and my days were once again spent on photo shoots making models look good, while my evenings were now spent teaching yoga to help my students feel good. .

Then something shifted inside me. Once you do a lot of yoga (or any mind body exercise) regularly, it starts to seep into all aspects of your life.

It becomes a lifeSTYLE, and it doesn't stop when class ends. In fact, that's just the beginning -- to figure out how to bring a more mindful, soulful approach to everything in life.

For me, this meant merging a holistic mentality with my styling career. How can I style the whole person -- mind, body and soul? And how can I help her create a lifeSTYLE that feeds the connection to her true self so that her life and style become an authentic expression of who she wants to be.

I’ve discovered that working with private clients is the perfect place to put my holistic approach into practice. The one on one experience is ripe for real transformation to occur. And it's in this environment where I go beyond my client’s clothing to help her make better choices in both life and style so she starts living in full expression of her most amazing self.

In addition to my holistic styling practice, I write articles on yoga, meditation and personal growth for Fit Bottomed Zen. You can see all my writing by clicking here.

And when I’m not working with women to help them live well and look awesome, you’ll find me practicing yoga and meditation, or hanging out with my family on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.

#MyStyle



As a stylist, I spend a lot of time in the stores and showrooms searching for the latest must-have items to make a model pop on set. Put simply, my job is to make people look good. When I do my job well, they look REALLY REALLY good.

AT&T, Carrie Underwood, Dove, ESPN, Entertainment Weekly, Health Magazine, Mindful Magazine, MTV, Target, Tina Fey and Verizon are just a few of the many clients I've styled shoots for.

Around 9/11 when business slowed down I got seriously into yoga. I took a teacher training, got certified, and became an instructor at Excelsior Health Club. My upbeat style of vinyasa yoga attracted a loyal group of regulars who attended my weekly classes.

Once the economy started to rebound, the styling jobs came back, and my days were once again spent on photo shoots making models look good, while my evenings were now spent teaching yoga to help my students feel good. .

Then something shifted inside me. Once you do a lot of yoga (or any mind body exercise) regularly, it starts to seep into all aspects of your life.

It becomes a lifeSTYLE, and it doesn't stop when class ends. In fact, that's just the beginning -- to figure out how to bring a more mindful, soulful approach to everything in life.

For me, this meant merging a holistic mentality with my styling career. How can I style the whole person -- mind, body and soul? And how can I help her create a lifeSTYLE that feeds the connection to her true self so that her life and style become an authentic expression of who she wants to be.

I’ve discovered that working with private clients is the perfect place to put my holistic approach into practice. The one on one experience is ripe for real transformation to occur. And it's in this environment where I go beyond my client’s clothing to help her make better choices in both life and style so she starts living in full expression of her most amazing self.

In addition to my holistic styling practice, I write articles on yoga, meditation and personal growth for Fit Bottomed Zen. You can see all my writing by clicking here.

And when I’m not working with women to help them live well and look awesome, you’ll find me practicing yoga and meditation, or hanging out with my family on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
     

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