For Dillon, it’s all about beards, weightlifting and tattoos. A barber for 16 years, Dillon says that, “People come to us because we’re a family shop. We’re not big, and we care. We try to be polite, and bend over backwards as much as we can. We try not to say the word no. We are always here evolving, keeping up with today’s trends. I just want to make dudes look good with hair.” Dillon’s passion is hair but his real passion is photography. “When I’m not doing stuff with my husband or working on my house I’m doing photography.” Dillon is an urban chicken farmer with 8 chickens.