Cheers to Stephen Moody who has just landed a pretty impressive role with John Paul Mitchell Systems as the new artistic director. Stephen will join fellow artistic directors Robert Cromeans, Colin Caruso, Paula Peralta, John Mosley, and editorial director Noogie Thai in developing seasonal trend reports and crafting hairdressing curricula.
Exclusive UK distributor JPMS are thrilled about the Stephen’s appointment. “Education has always been at the heart of Sally Salon Services supporting our hairdressing community. As the sole distributor for Paul Mitchell in the UK, Stephen Moody joining Paul Mitchell as Artistic Director is such exciting news for us all. Stephen’s illustrious career has been focused on educating hairdressers globally and we look forward to working closely with him in the future.” Jeremy Inns, Senior Director, Full Service Sales – Sally Europe
“With our company’s commitment to education, I am thrilled to welcome Stephen to John Paul Mitchell Systems. As one of the world’s most accomplished educators, Stephen will help our salon partners to further elevate their craft and success as salon professionals,” says Angus Mitchell, JPMS Co-owner and Artistic Director of Education.
The man for the job
A 30-plus-year veteran of the Sassoon organization, Stephen has developed and managed the Sassoon Academies throughout the world. His role included leading the Vidal Sassoon artistic team, supporting product development, hosting virtual and live education, training educators, and developing seasonal trends for photo and video shoots.
For the past nine years, Stephen has served as Global Education Dean for a leading professional brand. He hasdeveloped revolutionary education to arm salon professionals with the intellectual and creative tools to increase their earning potential. During the pandemic, Stephen pivoted to the digital and virtual space, and hosted 200+ hands-on seminars throughout the world.
Stephen holds many titles and awards, including 2021 NAHA Haircutter of the Year. He was also a finalist for NAHA 2021 Educator of the Year, and he will soon receive the coveted Intercoiffure Mondial Knight Award in Paris.
A haircutter and career educator, Stephen says, “I am thrilled to join JPMS, a company whose heritage andcommitment is fully aligned with mine—dedicated to helping hairdressers excel in their craft and enjoy a highly successful career.”
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