Constantly creative and with a love for big ideas, Liam offers a range of services to assist you with your next project. Take a look below for further information, as well as testimonials from recent clients and colleagues.
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Whether it’s advice on producing accessible content, or tips on creating authentic deaf characters, Liam can help you create work which connects with a wider audience.
Liam has previously advised councils on improving their SEND provision, discussed disability representation in the news with the BBC and worked with arts groups to ensure stories about deaf people truly represent the lived experiences of those within the community.
From panel discussions to deaf awareness sessions, Liam is available to get people talking.
As a moderator, Liam has chaired panels at YouTube convention Summer in the City, the Almeida Theatre’s Shifting Tides festival and the UK Asexuality Conference.
Watch his 2017 TEDx talk, How to control your labels and when to let them define you, online now.
An experienced multi-platform, investigative journalist on disability issues and technology, Liam is available for freelance and full-time reporting roles.
In July 2020, he broke the news that YouTube were retiring their community captions feature, prompting a petition with over 500,000 signatures, trending hashtags and international press coverage.