The Fellowship for British Hairdressing’s Project members have been announced for 2020 – with new names and new Project Leaders!
The Fellowship for British Hairdressing provides unrivalled opportunities for its members to grow, develop and upskill under its various projects – which have a new look, and new leaders, for 2020.
The F.A.M.E. Team remains the pinnacle of achievement for Fellowship members, with an exhaustive list of former teammates who have gone on to transform the British hairdressing landscape.
For 2020, the team has a new leader; Jamie Stevens. With experience as a salon owner, session stylist, educator, brand ambassador and industry personality, there’s very little that Jamie doesn’t know about the industry – and as a former F.A.M.E. Team member himself, he has incredible insight into the Fellowship.
2020 F.A.M.E. Team
Casey Coleman, Chair Salons
Jose Domene, Hare and Bone
Brooke Evans, Brooke Evans
Brandon Messinger, David Rae Salons, Orpington
Launched in 2019, PROJECT: Men (previously The Barber Project) goes into its second year with exciting new opportunities and experiences in store for its members. Project Leader Jonathan Andrew will be guiding the team through the next 12 months with a host of inspiring mentors and sessions in store.
2020 PROJECT: Men
Natalie Belli, Grafton & Koch
Alex Cohen, Q Hair & Beauty Ltd
Tristrum Curling, Sir & Co Barbers
James Kendell, King Koby Leeds
Sophie McCulloch, Yaxley Hair & Beauty
Kenneth McLeod, Rainbow Room International
Darren Smith, Review Hairdressing
George Smith, Smith England
Joel Stewart, King Koby Leeds
Paulina Stochmialek, King Koby Leeds
Tyler Williams, Lara Johnston Lifestyle
Created for emerging colourists, PROJECT: Colour provides an unrivalled opportunity to get creative with no brand restrictions and the best of all worlds in terms of mentors. Running the team for a second year is Paul Dennison from Ken Picton, who is planning 12 months of incredible opportunities and mentoring sessions – hot on the heels of the 2019 team, who landed magazine coverage across the globe for their shoot with guest mentor British Hairdresser of the Year, Robert Eaton.
2020 PROJECT: Colour
Scott Musgrove, The Cutting Company
Saffron Burton, Safy B’s
Rebecca Johnston, Melissa Timperley Salons
Harlee Gresty, Lewis Moore Salons
Connor McIntyre, The Bank Hairdressing
Darrel Starkey-Gettings, Taylor’s Hair Studio
Megan Niccolls, Voodou Hairdressing
Eloise Dudley, Toni & Guy, Bournemouth
Sophie Shipperbottom, Sophie Amelia Ltd
Harley Pearce, Marc Antoni, Caversham
Ernesta Mazonaite, Hare and Bone
Ellen Grimmett, Andrew Smith Salons, Gosport
Finally, PROJECT: X celebrates ongoing education with no age limit – as long as you’re qualified, you’re welcome to apply. This year, PROJECT: X celebrates a new Project Leader; Angelo Vallillo. Angelo brings with him experience as a salon owner, platform artist, brand ambassador and award-winning hairdresser; we can’t wait to see what he brings to the team!
2020 PROJECT: X
India Sparacia, Sculpture Salon
Sophie Titchener, Sarai Hair & Beauty
Emma Vickery, SACO Hair
Alice Harvey, Lilys
Lea Shaw, Rural Fringe Hair Salon
Olivia Miles, Hobson and Holmes
Verity Ollerenshaw, Tint
Cc McNamee, Andrew Smith Salons Fareham
Pamela Cooney, Toni & Guy, Cannon Street
April Mash, Strangeways
Emma Simmons, Salon 54
Stephen Smith, Ken Picton Salon