Liam Campbell started out in London, where he studied photography at Central Saint Martins but gave it up to get a 'real job', leading to a string of different careers - coffee boy, office lackey, secondary school French teacher, PhD student, and finally cabin crew, before rediscovering photography in 2014 during a layover in Korea. The fire was reignited and soon Liam spent all of his spare time doing portfolio shoots, assisting, doing look books, shooting weddings, whatever!
Then in 2015 he launched his own project, an indie print publication called
Elska Magazine, where each issue is made in a different world city and features honest and intimate photography of a cross section of local gay, bi, queer, trans, and allied men. Most of his photography work now centres around Elska, though he occasionally finds time to work on other projects.
Liam lives with his husband and their cat in Rhode Island, New England.