Michael started cutting hair at the age of 15, running a full column of clients by the age of 16 in the family business. By the age of 17 he had already won 2 trophies at Barnfield College Luton, competing against 40 other students.
He went on to win “Barber of the year 2004” and “Barber of the year 2005”, being the first name to be engraved on the Bill Tildsley Cup.
Overall “Hairdresser of the year 2004/05”, Michael was amongst those listed on the golden statue “Ligne F” 1954 sculpture de Guillaume, by the famous French hairdresser Guillaume Guglielmi, becoming the first male barber ever to win this award.
He went on to win “Afro Barber of the Year 2011” and “Afro Barber of the Year 2015”.
Based in Bedford, Michael is now running his own barbershop, with an endless list of celebrity clients, he continues to showcase his industry leading skills and talents in barbering.