I was introduced to the world of fragrance when I fell into a job at the largest fragrance and flavor manufacturing company in the world.
As I learned my role, I learned the intricate and beautiful part fragrance plays in our lives. At the same time, I fell more and more in love with scent as a creative and artistic outlet, and thus began to develop my nose to understand scent’s complex layers.
I had simple fragrance training – smelling fruit (lemon vs. orange), herbs (fresh basil vs. fresh thyme); learning the difference between spearmint (think gum) and peppermint (think candy cane)…
And more intricate training – using smelling strips and raw materials to understand the subtle difference between scents, like lemongrass (a fresh, lemon-ginger-bug repellent-fatty smell) vs. citronella (a fresh, lemon-ginger-bug repellent smell).
It’s with intense artistic passion that I smell everything, pulling apart the scent layers as I distinguish the intricate top, middle and bottom notes.
It’s with this same passion that I created Infinite No 1.
I worked with the perfumers to weave the complex and beautiful layers of notes together in the hope of sharing the artistry and joy of fragrance with you.