Born in Blackburn, England, Liam’s background was as a documentary camera operator, where he worked with the likes of Shane Meadows at Warp Films. With a desire to tell stories, Liam’s path naturally led to directing, where his skills as a versatile filmmaker allowed him to create beautiful and intimate imagery across a variety of mediums. His cinematic style mixed with a tender realism and subtle humour translates into different genres, with story telling always at the heart.
Initially this was in documentaries, but a focus on narrative has been translated into music videos, short films and commercial work.
Liam's films have won awards at a number of festivals, including best documentary at Berlin, Barcelona, New York and Leeds International film festival. They have been screened at over 100 film festivals around the globe, including Sheffield Docfest, DOC NYC, Heartland, London Short Film Festival and many more.
His work has featured in The New York Times, The Guardian & The Atlantic, It's nice that & Vimeo Staff Picks.
Liam's current documentary 'The Last Storm' was in competition & had it's World Première at Tribeca Film Festival 2018
Warp Films, The Arts Council, Nationwide, PIAS, Warchild, Fred Perry, Selfridges, British Airways, Audi, Soho House.
Liam is also the co-founder of the Directors / Actors / Writers Workshop (DAW) a non-profit organisation with the goal of providing a space for Directors, Actors and Writers to work on their craft. We invite Directors, Actors, and Writers from all walks of life to come together and experiment with various practitioners, techniques and projects.
Liam is also the founder of CINÉ-REAL a 16mm film club that provides a space for London filmmakers to meet and enjoy classic cinema on 16mm film projection.