Northfield Barbers

Timmy Gonzalez

“Timmy G The Barber” is a Colorado native and grew up in Commerce City. He graduated from Adams City High School and continued on to North Eastern Junior College. He began his barbering career 10 years ago and is now licensed and an award winning barber competing all over the state. Some of the numerous awards he has won include: Low/fade with beard, freestyle designs, and best Broncos design. Now the time has come to open a shop and give back to the community in his home town!

Alfonso Zavala

Alfonso was born in Los Angeles, California. He moved to Denver when he was five years old and was raised in Aurora, Colorado. He always knew he wanted to be a barber but didn’t start his jounrey until 2017. He graduated from Emily Griffith Technical College in 2019 and has been serving the community with clean cuts and great customer service ever since. Every haircut is uniquely crafted for the individual who chooses to sit in Alfonso’s chair. With his motto “being a barber is about taking care of the people”, he hopes to continue to serve his community and he’s looking forward to his journey at Box State Barbers.

Jasmine Garcia

Jasmine was born and raised in Colorado. She is dual licensed – both as a cosmotologist and barber. She is skilled in both women’s and men’s styled cuts and styling, as well as facial waxing. She has furthered her education in all aspects of both licenses and looks forward to being apart of the box state team again!

Andrew Rangel

Andrew was born and raised in Colorado. He also goes by “Doobie” in the shop. He went to Adams City High School and afterwards went to continue his education at Emily Griffith Technical College, graduating in 2019. He feels blessed to be apart of the Box State team and looks forward to expanding his skills and serving the community he grew up in!

Emilio Juarez

Emilio was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. He found a passion in barbering in his freshman year of high school and decided to follow his dream right after high school. He enrolled at Emily Griffith in 2019 and got his license in January 2020 and hasn’t looked back since. Now he is continuing his journey at Box State and is hoping to serve his new community.