Professor Klopp has always been extremely open about her life and what led her to becoming, what is today, the most wel known and successful of all the cosmetic surgeon in the world. Though it was not always this way.
Back in 2014, Simone’s anxiety and neurosis was running havoc, Professor Klopp was barely functioning and feeling like she wasn’t designed for an existence in this life.
Her cosmetic surgery clinic was just about ticking over and her life was unfulfilling to her. Considering suicide as a way out of a life not too dissimilar to a mental hell. Simone hoped her trip from LA to London, for a conference, would give her a new perspective and enable her to choose life.
Whilst at the conference, Professor Klopp’s life did indeed change with two chance encounters. One with a Pareidolian graphic artist called Benedict Templeton, the other with an equally disillusioned cosmetic surgeon called Dr. Von Eyid who was then working in a Beverly Hills morgue.
Benedict’s work of graphically manipulating faces with photoshop to make realistically looking Cyclops inspired Professor Klopp to wonder if she could create them for real. This quickly became on obsession and ignited her purpose in this world.
Meeting Dr Von Eyid discovered the engine and enabler for the Cycloped project. The best way to describe the working relationship between Simone and Von is to link it to one of the most succesful partnerships ever created, in Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. Jobs was the creative genius that drove ideas forward and saw the potential, whilst Wozniak was the practical master at making what was deemed impossible, possible.
This is the releationship that started that day in London and has now created not only the most extra-ordinary company and cosmetic procedure but a society changing phenom in the everyday cyclops we see all around us. Everyday Cyclops who are changing the world with their new perpective on the world.
Professor Klopp’s story helps explain the message she continues to share with the world. A message that hope is always there, though sometimes deeply hidden, we must do all we can to find our purpose.