Bruce has worked in some of the finest beauty salons in Manhattan including the John Sahag workshop, Orbie, Pierre Michel, Vidal Sassoon, Elizabeth Arden 5th Avenue, Cranford Stein, Pentomo, John Louis David in Henri Bendel, and Eiji Salon.
Beginning with Vidal Sassoon on Fifth Avenue, He spent his first ten years in the beauty industry perfecting wet haircuts. At the time, this was considered the best way to cut hair.
In 1985 John Sahag invited Bruce to join him in the opening of his first salon on 53rd Street in New York. John had a very different way of working, he cut hair dry. Cutting hair as it falls naturally on its own produced amazing results, straighter lines, more accurate layering and the abilty to retexturize hair. Cutting hair dry also allows us to taper the ends precisely to be able to recreate the way the hair grows naturally over time. With this ability of recreating the natural "tapering" of the ends of the hair we can now give people with thick hair thin lines without layers, and the lightest wisps around the face done with immaculate accuracy.
After three and a half years mastering the new skills with John Sahag, Bruce went out on his own, freelancing doing editorial work for magazines as well as maintaining his own clientele.
Bruce takes up to ninety minutes to create a unique hairstyle, tailored to each individual client.