What Inspires you to become a stylist?

It was my Aunt, she worked on film sets at Pinewood Film Studios.

What Inspires you now?

Constant change in the industry and fashion. It all helps to keep my mind fresh.

Do you remember your first haircut? What was it like?

I don’t recall.

Do you remember the first haircutyou gave somebody else? What was it?

It was shaved up the back and sides, longer and curly on top. It was on my unfortunate friend at the time.

What is you about being a stylist makes you enjoy the job?

I like meeting great people andmaking them happy.

What’s your all time favourite hairstyle?

A classic graduated bob, it appears throughout all decades.

Apart from Yan, which industry icon would you most like to work with?

Mahogany Hairdressing, their company represents Quality, Inspiration and Endurance.

Who is your hairstyle hero?

Vidal Sassoon because of the high change he brought into the industry.

Who is your favourite style icon of all time?

Amelie, she has that classic Parisian style.

What’s the worst hairstyle you’ve ever seen on someone famous?

Frank Worthinton’s supper-mullet.

Which hair related product could you simply not live without?

Aveda colour, it is by far the next colour I have ever used and all my clients agree.

What do you like to do to unwind away from the salon?

Cycling and walking.

Which three celebrities would you like to invite to your next dinner party?

Stuart Lee, Sally Philips and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall to do the cooking.