Allow me to introduce you to Zach, Isaac, and Nick. The barber trio that make up the extraordinary talent at the newly opened St. George Barbershop.
I met Zach and Nick by way of random chance while I was re-registering my business at the St. George City Offices. I overheard they were starting a barbershop, inspired my love for all things gentlemanly and the fact that these guys looks liked some classy gents, I had to work with them! We exchanged cards and went our ways.
We reconvened a few weeks later to work on their initial branding and advertising campaign. The guys put a lot of work into creating their classically styled, welcoming atmosphere. The brick was personally laid by Isaac.
Isaac is the shop's resident master barber. He's been barbering professionally for a little over 5 years now, after leaving a successful brick laying business in Vegas to pursue his passion. He has garnered a reputation of respect and is highly spoken of amongst the instructors of the barber school both Zach and Nick attended. When the option to work under and continue to learn from this skill artisan arose, they both jumped at the opportunity.
After graduation, Nick took a leap of faith and moved to a new area to work with Isaac along with Zach. This guy is driven by his passion, his love for cutting hair shows in his attention to detail with comb and shears in hand.
Zach grew up around St. George, after a few years of working in management, he committed to the life of the artisan and enrolled at The Barber School in Midvale, UT where he met Nick. The two decided to work together and he headed back to St. George to establish the St. George Barber Shop and work under Isaac.
In my personal experience, one of the greatest tools at a barbers disposal is their amiable people skills. Each of these guys are personable and always provided good conversation to avoid that dreaded awkward hair cut silence. Barber shops used to be a home away from home of sorts and your barber was also your friend, these guys are doing their due diligence to bring that culture back at the St. George Barbershop.
Gents, head on down to 1036 E Redhills Pkwy and get yourself a look that looks like it was chiseled by Michelangelo himself!