Katie's fifteen year career started right after high school when she moved to Santa Monica to attend the prestigious Vidal Sassoon Academy. After graduating from the program, she moved to San Francisco where she began her internship at the well-known Cowboys and Angels Salon in Union Square. Katie has been voted best colorist in San Francisco by Allure magazine two years in a row. Ask anyone who sees her for color and they will tell you Katie has a talent for knowing what color best suits you. Having followed her dream of owning her own salon, she hopes to continue to grow and be inspired by the world and the people around her. Katie's book is currently closed to new clients.
OWNER & COLORIST
Timmory began her career as a shampoo girl in her native Phoenix, AZ while still in high school. In 2003 she moved to San Francisco to pursue her love of art and ended up in beauty school, where she first knew that color would be her path and passion. Timmory followed her formal education with an apprenticeship under Harper Paige owners and master colorists Katie Casey and Marie Warden. The fusion of art and science has always inspired Timmory and empowers her to do great color. Her experience includes top boutique salons in San Francisco and New Orleans, where she learned from and worked alongside a slew of talented cutters and colorists. Timmory specializes in balayage and soft, dimensional highlights. She has a devoted following and considers it an honor to help her clients feel and look their best. When Timmory is not doing color, you can find her in her studio making functional stoneware pottery and cuddling her son, August.
Born and raised in San Francisco's Mission district, Marie was always sought after by friends and family for color. Encouraged by her grandmother to pursue a career in hair, Marie soon found her true calling. After a brief stint in a smaller salon, she found her way to Cowboys and Angels Salon. Studying under the talented Atis Zulgis, Marie was able to perfect her talent for buttery blondes and rich brunettes. Working in Union Square since 1993, she has continued to take advanced training classes at the Bumble and Bumble Academy in New York and the Vidal Sassoon school in Santa Monica. Marie is a mentor to many young colorists and is looking forward to creating a community of talented stylists with Katie Casey at Harper Paige.
Jodi began her career as a Color Specialist in 1993 while training with Vidal Sassoon in both San Francisco and London. In 1997, Jodi served as the Director of Color Services for Architects & Heroes Salon in San Francisco. During her tenure, she redeveloped the Advanced Education Training Program, as well as, oversaw the color departments for their two salons.
In 2002, Jodi became a partner in ownership of Dekko Salon in San Francisco. She spent 14 years at Dekko providing her clients with innovative techniques, creative colors, and keratin treatments. In 2017, Jodi joined the Harper Paige and Harper Paige East team to continue her work as a Color Specialist.
Lisa “Lucky” Corbin
Lucky’s attraction to the hair industry began in the early 80’s. Gathering huge inspiration from the art, music and fashion scene of the time; she embarked on the journey to become the hair color specialist she is today. She began with a Vidal Sassoon based cutting program in Scottsdale, realizing she yearned for a more creative path decided on a career as a colorist at Architects & Heroes in San Francisco. In 2002, Luck followed former Architects & Heroes peers to Dekko Salon where she has continued her education and interest in current hair trends. After 13 years, Lucky chose to bring her talents and expertise to Harper Paige East in Oakland, where she resides with her family and dog, Mugsy. Creating subtle to striking highlights, balayage, creative color, or masking grey she takes pride in creating beautiful color for her clients. Lucky was featured in Allure Magazine October 2012 in the Best of Beauty Directory as the best colorist to see in San Francisco and recognized as one of the top 10 colorist in San Francisco by SF.Racked.com
Lizabeth Jones is a colorist from Los Angeles. Liz moved to San Francisco in 1997, where she first realized her calling to the world of color and began her career at Architects and Heroes Salon. Since then, Liz has perfected her skills at top Bay Area salons, including Kim Vo Salon and Moxie Parlour. Passionate about continuing education, Liz is literate in numerous color lines such as Wella, Goldwell, Schwarzkopf, and L'Oreal Professional. She's received special certifications in Goldwell color and trained at Arrojo Studio NYC to receive certification in the American Wave texturizing treatment. Using American Wave, Liz creates soft, natural-looking permanent waves and curl patterns on today's style-conscious clients - a welcome departure from the frizzy ringlets of old-school perms. Most recently, Liz has enjoyed continuing education classes at Ramirez Tran Salon in Los Angeles and Suite Caroline in New York. Liz loves passing on her knowledge and experience to future colorists and is an educator at Harper Paige, training our apprentices in the latest color science and techniques. Her work has been featured in top industry publications, most recently BehindTheChair.com . Liz excels at all kinds of color, everything from blonding to vivid fashion colors, pastels, and color corrections. In her free time Liz enjoys urban homesteading, traveling, and taking adorable pictures of her bunny and chickens.
As a young girl in Palm Springs, it was obvious that Brandie was destined to do hair. Brandie was never shy about cutting her own hair if it wasn't right and she frequently practicing on her cousins. At 12 she discovered Vogue and fell in love with the hair and costumes used to create the stories. Brandie moved to San Francisco to be near her favorite aunt, a well known local business owner. Shortly after arriving in the city she got a job at the S.F. Opera in the costume department. During her time at the opera she found herself gravitating toward the hair more then the costumes, and decided to go to beauty school. She began her training at the prestigious Cowboys and Angels salon under Michelle Snyder and Marcy Harmon. Since beginning her journey more than a decade ago Brandie has always been a dedicated teacher and now is the head of education at Harper Paige Salon. Brandie's style is a mix of gypsy Stevie Nicks meets California casual. She has a cult following of people ranging from hipsters to housewives, CEO'S to college students. She draws her inspiration from Pattie Smith, Anita Pallenberg, and Diane Keaton (circa 1970). When Brandie is not doing hair, she enjoys making custom natural perfumes and exploring the natural beauty the bay area has to offer.
Born and raised in San Francisco proper, Jay studied cosmetology at the local Cinta Aveda Institute. She spent a couple years learning aside industry great Johne baretta and eventually found her way to Harper Paige Salon.
Prior to this, Jay graduated from San Diego State University with a degree in Interior Architecture and moved back to her beloved San Francisco and attended graduate school at California College of the Art for Architecture. Feeling artistically confined by the limits of technology she decided to switch her focus to her longtime interest of hair. She is now thrilled to be immersed in a hands-on creative setting.
Jay appreciates the detail of short womens and men's cuts and the finesse behind long cuts. She loves discovering new angles and geometry with each style and enjoys applying her architectural background to the craft. Her energetic personality comes through with every client she engages with.
Dakota Blue Reyes
As a Bay Area native, Dakota Blue Reyes' style exudes the effortless cool of Northern California. After attending the Aveda Institute in San Francisco, Dakota began her career with an apprenticeship at Harper Paige Salon. She studied under owners Katie Casey and Marie Warden, quickly proving herself as an asset to the entire team of color educators at Harper Paige as she honed her technique. Now a color specialist in her own right, Dakota loves creating sun-kissed balayage, rich chocolate browns, and everything in between. In her free time, Dakota loves cooking, hanging out with her family, and seeking out new inspiration in the ever-changing Bay Area. Dakota is a proud Slytherin and would love to show you pictures of her dog, Baloo.
Nancy began her career in Los Angeles where she received her license from Toni & Guy Hairdressing Academy and advanced training courses at Vidal Sassoon in Santa Monica and advanced color courses at Wella Education in Woodland Hills. In Los Angeles, Nancy was involved in editorial and fashion hairstyling as well as being behind the chair at boutique salons. Her breadth of experience gave her opportunities to learn from and work with many celebrity stylists and platform artists. Nancy moved with her toddler and husband to the Bay Area in 2017 to be closer to family and in her spare time she enjoys doing hot yoga and skating outdoors. She loves spending time with her family on little adventures within the greater SF Bay Area and watching her little one have new discoveries.
Jason’s career in hair started by styling his friends in high school. He then attended the Vidal Sassoon Academy in Santa Monica followed by an apprenticeship at Architects & Heroes. After his apprenticeship Jason was offered an opportunity to do hair on a movie; he took that chance and ended up working in film for 20 years. During his film career he also became known for his editorial and advertising work.
Jason loves glamour and dress up as much as he loves wash and wear hair. His strengths are working with the hair’s natural texture and movement to create a shape and a cut that is personalized for each client, making it perfect to style or leave alone. He keeps himself inspired by following fashion week and people watching.
Pamela’s interest in haircutting began as a child when she would sweep hair at the local salon after school. She was fascinated by the process of haircutting, and throughout her life continued to be drawn to the craft despite explorations in other occupations. Anytime a friend needed a kitchen-cut, she was willing and available.
Finally, she took the leap and began her apprenticeship at Barrow Salon, completing her advanced education here at Harper Paige. She believes that with the continuing (r)evolution of fashion, that education is a lifetime process. She is excited by the prospect that there will always be an element of pushing the envelope in this industry; but also, that keeping it simple can most times be the best solution.
Her time away from the salon is spent learning the art of Flamenco, rolling on 2-wheels or 8, getting fresh air, supporting her local art and music community, and giving her pibbles as many kisses as they can handle.