Liam graduated from Stirling in 2005 with a First Class Honours degree in Animal Biology. He next went to California with Camp America, working in the Sequoia National Park for a diabetic kids summer camp. Having loved the challenge of working in the outdoors with kids, Liam applied to Sayers Croft Field Centre in rural Surrey and was accepted as a graduate assistant. After completing his one-year placement, he was promoted to his current position of full time instructor. Today he works with young groups from all over Southwest England, leading biological, environmental and adventure sessions in the outdoors. His ultimate ambition is to expose people to the wonders of the natural environment, and to make people more aware of the importance of sustainability.