What’s the best part about working in the kitchen and bath remodeling industry, according to you?
I like building and I don’t like working in the hot or the cold so I picked kitchen and bath because I’m always in the right climate.
What inspired you to pursue a career in kitchen and bath remodeling?
I originally was going to be a business major but I found out really quickly that I didn’t like it so I transferred to Ranken Technical to attend Carpentry and building construction technology.
What are a few of your favorite things?
I like fast cars and I like to go to the race track whenever I can because those cars are always crazy fast.
Do you have family or pets?
I have a dog and a cat that don’t like each other at all.
What do you do for fun in your spare time?
Sit at home and do nothing and spend my money on Amazon.
What’s your favorite tradition or holiday and why?
My favorite holiday is Christmas because I like to give and receive presents and also I like snow even though it rarely snows in St. Louis.
What is your favorite thing to do in St. Louis?
Leave St. Louis any chance I get.
How long have you been in the kitchen and bath industry?
My background in this industry began in 2001 when I started working for a place called “Cohen Appliance” I worked my way into this role in 2014.
What’s one interesting fact about kitchen and bath remodeling that most people might not know?
The projects never go smoothly, there’s always difficulties to overcome.
What’s the most rewarding part of your job, and why does it matter to you?
Seeing an empty space turn into something amazing and beautiful. It matters a lot to me because it makes me feel good knowing I helped to get it looking like that.
If you have to sing Karaoke, what song do you pick?
I will never be caught singing karaoke.