Liam is interested in tackling important public problems in creative and powerful ways. Throughout his 12 year career, he has sat at the intersection between culture, technology and enterprise; generating revenue to invest back into communities through socially-engaged creative content. Liam specialises in taking a radical approach in responding to communities where limited opportunities, socio-economic factors and issues around physical accessibility prevent participation in cultural activities. He is passionate about driving innovation, civic participation and cultural entrepeneurship in areas of the world that need it the most.
The 100 Masters team are delighted to have been selected as one of this year’s winners. We chose to participate in EYA as we wanted to be part of a talented and powerful network of digital innovators working to make a positive change in society. We are keen to learn from, and exchange knowledge with, other young teams across different sectors and different countries all across Europe."
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