Liam Morgan lives and works in Berlin and Taipei. He has been working in the film industry since 2003, when he got his start at the legendary documentary production organisation Images Asia.  Since his early involvement in social-issue documentary, he has gone on to work in narrative feature-film, dramatic series, TVC, documentary and music videos.

     He has discussed the motivation of camera movements with Angelina Jolie, been persuaded into 'just one more' shot of tequila by Michelle Yeoh and was fired by Jean-Claude Van Damme.  Aside from dropping names, he has been part of the award-winning documentaries Ghost Fleet and Burma VJ.

     In 2020 his expanded cinema performance work Sun Moon Lake is a Concrete Box was a finalist for the prestigious Tai Shin award. Brands Nike, Canon, GSK, Dove, Hewlett-Packard and Pantene are included in his past commercial work. Most recently, he wrapped principal photography on the Swedish feature film The Letting Go, directed by Thomas Nordanstad.

     Aside from his work in cinema, Liam is active as a contemporary artist.  He co-founded the Bangkok Biennial and his work will be in documenta fifteen in the summer of 2022 in Kassel, Germany.  He maintains the website documenting his practice.