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Adam Bryant Announced As Rush Hair Academy Director

Adam Bryant Announced As Rush Hair Academy Director

Highly respected award winning hairdresser and Art Director, Adam Bryant has joined Rush Hair as Academy Director. Adam has relocated from Manchester to London and will be based at the new Rush Academy in Covent Garden, London.


A career in the industry that has spanned four decades, Adam is tasked with putting the Rush Academy on the map. Working alongside Rush Co-Founder and CEO, Stell Andrew and the Rush Artistic Team, Adam will put his well-honed skills to good use in his new role. Having previously worked with one of the UK’S leading salon groups as an educator and international show director, Adam then went freelance, represented by renowned agencies Streeters in London and Art Department in New York. Spending his time between London and New York as a session stylist, Adam was called upon by many of the fashion industries leading names including Vogue, Italian Vogue, Dazed and Confused, POP, Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen, Valentino, DKNY and Burberry.

Returning to the UK, Adam moved to Manchester where he worked both as a freelance Art Director and Creative Director for Ethos Hairdressing, one of the city’s most influential salons. “I’m delighted to join Rush,” said Adam“To be instrumental in developing the new Rush Academy is a dream role. I have always admired their work and to be part of this exciting creative team and be able to grow and develop my role within Rush is one I’m very much looking forward to.”

Rush Co–Founder and CEO Stell Andrew added: "We are looking forward to welcoming Adam to Rush. I see his role as one that will continue to evolve as Rush continues to progress. His knowledge and expertise will be invaluable to us in helping to put the new Rush Academy on the map.”  

Tags: education rush hair

Pubblicato il 05.02.2018

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