"Architecture has always been a big interest for me and an area I would like my photography to lead into. Commercially architectural photography is full of crisp vertical and horizontal lines from this very controlling profession. To gain some sense of release from these 'rules' of architectural photography in my personal work I have ever increasingly been shooting on a 35mm film camera loaded with expired film. Working this way I don't get overly protective over what I am producing but thoroughly enjoying it.
The images from this series were shot near the Centre Point Building in London in late evening after an afternoon walking around town, the light definitely played into my hands with these images as it so often has to with photography.
I am still currently studying photography at the University of Gloucestershire living between Cheltenham during the term and Kent the rest of the year, I find the change of scenery can be incredibly refreshing keeping your mind focused. I'm only 19 and currently starting to put together a solid portfolio."
To see some more of Liam's work check out the links below. He has a range of work, using digital as well as film and you can also see various countries he has visited with his camera.