Liam is a Principal at Jump Studios, the interior design company that has merged with Populous to expand the range of interior design services that can be offered, and to find new and creative ways for brands and organisations to connect with their audiences. He has worked within mixed disciplines ranging from Architecture to Interior Architecture, Landscape Design, Lighting Design, Fashion and Product Design.
Since joining Jump Studios in January 2016, Liam has led the interior design work on the new award-winning Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, working closely with the Populous architectural team. During this process, Liam was responsible for the concept delivery of the high-end VIP and hospitality spaces within the stadium, as well as the full delivery package for the GA spectator concourses. This included 45 kiosk and concession units, three destination island bars, a microbrewery complete with taproom, a 65 meter-long feature bar complemented by four large-scale food pods, a restaurant and four premium GA spaces.
Liam was also responsible for leading the activation design work for Beavertown within the microbrewery and taproom, as well as activation concepts for Heineken in the Market Place and within the Tottenham Experience building.
Since May 2019, Liam has been working solely on the new Eastlands Venue in Manchester. As the interior design lead, Liam is responsible for the concept design through to delivery of the front of house interior spaces within the arena.
Prior to joining Jump Studios, Liam had worked for two years as a lighting designer in Edinburgh and in London for Cinimod Studios. During this time, he worked on
a mix of global projects ranging from residential, to commercial and mixed use developments and masterplanning. Liam also worked in Paris for Philippe Rahm as part of the architectural team for the Jade Eco Park in Taiwan.