Liam Sharp is an award-winning photographer who specializes in dramatic painter-like portraiture. His technical mastery of light and his ability to capture the humanity of his subjects has taken him around the world. He has worked in Liberia during the Ebola crisis, photographed in the slums of Old Havana, and created portraits in First Nations reserves all across Canada. His work is seen regularly in Wired Magazine, The London Times, The Observer, and Canada’s Globe and Mail. He has won numerous international awards including The British Journal of Photography, Communication Arts and Applied Arts. His work has been exhibited in The Museum of Human Rights in Winnipeg, the Museon in The Hague, and The Museum of Jewish Montreal.
British Journal of Photography, 2019 Portraits of Humanity, short listed, final round.
Communication Arts 2018, Photography annual
Taylor Wessing 2018 National portrait gallery, short list, final round.
American Photographic Artists LA 2018, Off the clock competition
Best of the Best" BW Gallerist list for 2018