Born in Georgetown, Guyana — Alicia moved to New York at the age of 18 years old to pursue a career in fashion where she landed her first job designing the window of a Gramercy Park Boutique.
Her fascination for art and fashion, she decided to pursue a career as a makeup artist since makeup was the perfect blend of both. Alicia moved onto attending the Make-Up Designory School (MUD), in Soho, New York. There she cultivated her skills and earned several diplomas. She moved onto working for M.A.C Cosmetics, where she has worked with people of all ages and ethnicities, unlocking her true artistry. Her love for skincare motivated her to later pursue becoming a Licensed Esthetician at The Christine Valmy International School of Esthetics.
Alicia is currently a New York City based makeup artist who travels around the world with her clients. Her work can be seen on TV, in magazines, on the runway and the red carpet. Her work ranges from Brand Campaigns, to working backstage as the key makeup artist for designers such as David Yurman. Her work has appeared on NBC’s--- Today Show, The Rachael Ray Show, Fox News, National Geographic’s Emmy nominated series-Brain Games, HGTV, The Weather Channel, HLN and in magazines such as French Vanity Fair, Elle USA, Martha Stewart and the Wall Street Journal. Her clientele ranges from working with musicians such as pop singers Daya, Kiiara, actors such as Chris Noth (Mr.Big-Sex and the city), Emmy Winning TV personality Katie Linendoll, directors/producers such as The Hunger Games Executive Producer—Allison Shearmur and Fashion Icon Susanne Bartsch.
Alicia has established herself on the forefront of a new breed of artists. Not only is she adept at adding creative collaboration for a successful production whether being a photo shoot, video shoot or fashion show, her equal skill in the world of design and merchandising has proven Alicia to be an artist and someone with a keen eye for details.