From panel discussions to deaf awareness sessions, Liam is available to get people talking.
In 2017, Liam was selected to be a part of the first TEDxYouth event in Lincoln. His talk, called ‘How to control your labels and when to let them define you’, explores his deaf identity and how much it has been shaped by others.
Liam also went on to moderate two panels in August 2019 for Summer in the City, a convention focussing on internet culture and online video. He chaired one on the rise of the short form video platform TikTok, as well as another for smaller creators – one of the most anticipated panels of the weekend.
A few months later, he was invited to speak at The Art of Work’s 100% Human Symposium, sharing his experiences as a deaf young person with business representatives before taking questions from the audience.
Alongside pursuing public speaking, Liam is also working on building his catalogue of poems and spoken word pieces, with the aim of filming selected works to publish on YouTube at a later date.
Looking for someone to speak at your event? Contact Liam now to discuss rates and how you can work together.
Photo: Danni van Loon/@DannivanLoon.