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, produced documents for Microsoft 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.
In October 2021, Liam received the ‘Young Freelancer Award’ by the Association of Independent Publishers and the Self-Employed (IPSE) for his reporting.
“Liam did a superb write up for us here at Microsoft on some Social Return on Investment work we commissioned.
“He helped tell the story in an easy to digest and captivating way.
“Thank you for helping us tell this very important story to our stakeholders, Liam.”
“Liam provided support for TfA across an important and busy period for us; launching a ground-breaking research report. His invaluable skills in copywriting (with a keen ear for progressive language as it pertains to social identity and disability rights), social media design and content really raised the bar for the standard of our work and Liam led on the press and PR for the report, to great effect.
“We fully intend to keep working with Liam as and when we have an opportunity to do so and highly recommend him to future employers.”
“Often disabled people are left behind on the latest trends, not out of choice but because of inaccessibility.
“[Liam] is fast becoming an incredibly trusted source for access education nationally (and beyond) with his clear and factual reporting.”
“When we were looking for speakers for our ‘100% Human’ Symposium in the autumn of 2019, we wanted someone who offered a truly authentic and diverse view on the world but from a millennial perspective. Liam was without doubt, the perfect fit.
“Despite being last to join the day of conversations and discussions, his passion, humour and honesty shone through. He totally captured the mood of the day by being so open and approachable. We will definitely be looking to work with Liam again and we cannot recommend him highly enough.”