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Liam Kennedy is a film director from the north of England. Alongside short fiction he writes screenplays, advertisements and travel memoirs. He has a travel blog that can be found at http://liam-kennedy.squarespace.com. 2014 is the year he intends to make the move towards becoming a full time writer. In his spare time he loves reading, snowboarding, travel and photography.
I am currently working for 'Happy Days Homeless Charity' as their primary filmmaker. I create short promotional videos and case study documentaries for both the 'Happy Days' charity and an affiliate charity named 'Walking Free'. Walking Free helps in the rehabilitation of alcoholics and drug addicts.
I have worked as a freelancer during this time but a lot of my work has been for the Manchester based film company 'The Gate Films' Their website can be found here: http://www.thegatefilms.com/
I studied Film and Television Production in order to hone my skills both as a filmmaker and as a writer. I wrote and directed several short fiction and documentary films while on the course. I was awarded first class honours upon completion of my degree.
I followed my high school education by attending the Crossley Heath 6th-form College. I was awarded 4 A-Levels: Film Studies - A English Language - B Geography - B General Studies - C
My high school education was at Crossley Heath Grammar School. I was awarded 10 GCSE's ranging from A* to C grades.
Popular travel publication 'Wanderlust Magazine' recently awarded me as their chosen travel blog of the week. http://www.wanderlust.co.uk/magazine/blogs/blog-of-the-week/discovering-the-secret-corners-of-jodhpur
I have had a piece of fiction writing published by the US based short fiction magazine 'On The Premises' as a guest writer feature. http://www.onthepremises.com/issue_22/story_22_g1.html