Liam specializes in movement coaching, creative direction, choreography and teaching. Originally from London, Liam shot to success in his career extremely early, transitioning to a creator in his early 20’s being the youngest working professional of his stature. His fresh, youthful vision, vast vocabulary of movement and versatile, experienced skill set has enabled him to work with some of the biggest names, respected creators and projects in the industry. He has taught at all major studios in London – Base, Studio 68 and Pineapple Dance Studios, and has held private intensives in the US. Liam also curated and mentored a commercial dance course for two years in London where 90% of students found success in the industry; these student’s credits include Nicki Minaj, Little Mix, The Brits, X factor, MTV EMA Awards, French Montana, Janet Jackson, Rita Ora, Stormzy, Ariana Grande, Dua Lipa, Aladdin (Feature Film), Eurovision (Netflix), Camila Cabello, Katy Perry, The Voice and the list goes on.
Liam has been the associate to Nappy Tabs, Brian Burke, and Paul Caslin. He was the main show choreographer for MTV EMA Awards, associate and creative choreographer for The Voice of Italy and has worked on mainstream UK Awards/TV shows including the Brits, Britain’s Got Talent, Children in Need and Little Big Shots. From stadiums, to feature films, to casing award shoes, films and commercials for dance and fashion, Liam brings a wealth of knowledge from his experience in the industry straight to the classroom.
Liam creates an approachable and safe space for you to cultivate your craft in. He believes the room is one and that we all have things inside of us that we have never realized. While you work on your artistry, Liam also puts emphasis on the industry to push you to your highest potential, guiding you through the requirements necessary to have a successful career. His experience with running massive auditions has provided him the knowledge to advise and coach on what helps bring out your best performance. He opens up your identity as a professional, not just a dancer.