Stewart Roberts is founder of Haircuts4Homeless, a charity supporting the homeless with hairdressing services; Jack Eames is documenting the work with fantastic, poignant photography. Together with a third collaborator, session stylist Leigh Keates, they are crowdfunding to create a coffee-table book of photographs of Haircuts4Homeless. They join Nicky Pope in the Respectfully studio to talk over how the project to publish See Me Hear Me.
Listen to the conversation to find out more about how you can support Haircuts4Homeless with your time and energy, and of course, how to help fund See Me Hear Me. This will be a beautiful book that shows the best of hairdressing – the power of a transformative haircut. The industry should be proud – every salon, every hairdresser, should own a copy.
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