Carrie began her career in New Jersey as a salon stylist and educator for Rusk, but considers New York to be the true birthplace of her career. She started in downtown Manhattan as an apprentice at MCM Salon, and has worked in such prestigious salons such as Warren-Tricomi, Patrick Melville Salon, Salon AKS, and The Salon Project at Saks, all while honing her skills as a stylist, educator, and freelance editorial stylist.

Carrie's advertising clients include Blue Apron, Redken, Betsey Johnson Intimates, Unilever, and Mandarin Oriental. Her celebrity clients range from actresses to Broadway stars including Eve Ensler, Mena Suvari, Carrie Fisher, and Kelli O'Hara. Well-known for her flawless men's hairstyling and cuts, Carrie has also been the personal stylist to Harry Connick, Jr.

Carrie's work and expertise has been featured in a vast array of editorial including Papercut, Health, WWD, People, Real Simple, All You, Women's Day,, and Her work has been on top television programs such as The View, The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Late Show with David Letterman, The Early Show, The Rachael Ray Show, Ellen, and American Idol. Most recently, she served as Key Hairstylist for the pilot of William DeMeo’s “Gravesend.”