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A wonderful getaway
just south of Atlanta and only 
one hour southwest of
Hartsfield-Jackson Int'l Airport

"The range of colors is truly impressive plus it has given me a greater understanding of myself."

                                                             S.C., United Kingdom

                                               

"It has completely changed my experience of shopping and wearing clothes from dread and drudgery to excitement and creativity."

                                                      Jon Bernie, San Francisco

"John saved my sanity. After my palette and Essences, everything made sense."

                                             Sarah Charrois, Alberta Canada

Celebrating his 41st year as a PSC color and style consultant, and now PSC Director, John Kitchener is considered to be the world's finest color and style consultant. He has individually analyzed over 18,000 clients since 1978.

Additionally, he has consulted with numerous organizations and businesses including Nordstrom, Bloomingdale's, and IBM. He has also been a featured guest on CBS television's "People Are Talking". He and the PSC concept are acknowledged in and are the basis for the book "Shopping For The Real You" by Andrea Pflaumer. 

John is considered an international treasure. His precise color discrimination, highly developed intuitive abilities, and an unbridled enthusiasm for his work have rewarded him with world-wide acclaim from his many devoted clients.  

John is a life-long artist. He received his Art BA and graduate work from San Francisco State University. Famed photorealist painter Robert Bechtle and the late Jose Arguelles were his two primary teacher-mentors at SFSU. Although his primary medium is photography, he has also worked in stained glass, ceramics, and in both oils and acrylics. Coming from a family of artists, his mother was a prize-winning quilter, and his father was a San Francisco-based architect and gifted watercolorist.