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Life THROUGH A LENS

Raven
For this monochrome collection I tried to get the model’s skin to be as black as possible and, eventually, make-up artist Jo Sugar achieved it by applying two coats of black body paint.

Pop-up
Inspired by a visit to the Charlotte Tilbury counter in Selfridges, I was mesmerised by the very cool, fast commercial head shots and I wanted to interpret this with hair as the key focus.

Model behaviour
Part of a collaboration with the model agency Named, I spent a day in the agency creating styles on their models. It became my collection for London Hairdresser of the Year 2019.

Boy zone
I loved working with the girls at Named agency so much that I asked to work with the men!
This Beatles-inspired collection earned me the Men’s Hairdresser of the Year title.

Garage creation
My 2020 British Hairdressing Awards images were shot in my garage! I got models and make-up artist Ellen K Bridger to my home where we created the collection in three days.

Texture titan
Another boy from my British Hairdressing Awards winning shoot in 2018. I just love the texture, the make-up, the sheen – and the hair is pretty cool too!

Bobbing along
Again, this was shot in my garage during lockdown –I really enjoyed redefining the classic bob. So much so, that I feel the bob has come to be my signature style.

This article appears in the September 2021 Issue of Hairdressers Journal

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This article appears in the September 2021 Issue of Hairdressers Journal