Our Skilled Barbers
From a one-man show to a two-man rodeo, to a three-dude deathtrap, the Back Alley is making strides. We have a third barber in training, and we're perfecting her skills to serve you even better. Book with Rob, Jonah, and Angelo for a cut you won't forget straight out of the alley. We don't forget tradition.
Rob comes from a family of talented barbers and stylists. He has been submerged in the hair styling industry since he was a kid. His father, Tony, has owned his salon for more than 40 years and Rob grew up around the shop.
Rob has traveled around the world and continued to master his craft from cruise ships to celebrity styling. Rob is committed to what once was a dying art, in order to reinvent the standards of the barber. He's a talented educator, platform artist, and official barber of the NHL Awards. When he isn't setting up shaves, you'll find Rob around town in his Porsche or in the back with friends.
From cutting up motorcycles to building award-winning cafe racers, to cutting hair, our newest addition to the team definitely has a wide range of skills behind him.
Born and raised in Niagara Falls, Jonah obtained a degree in mechanical engineering and has over 10 years of experience in business management. After 10 years in the corporate rat race, Jonah finally found his calling and started snipping.
Without hesitation, from his first time holding a pair of scissors, he has applied his skills in design and his creative background to effortlessly carve out a spot for himself in the barbering community.
The kid. The prodigy. The legend. All at once? Damn straight.
At only 21 years old, this kid has already been cutting hair for over 7 years! Born and raised in Dubai U.A.E., he moved to Canada in 2010 to be greeted with a terrible haircut from a chain. This experience led him to hone his skills and start with his own hair.
After multiple compliments from his family and friends, Angelo decided to help others in need of fixing botched haircuts. His main goal is to ensure that his customers feel like a million bucks when they leave his chair.