Hi liam! tell us a little about yourself?


I'm Liam Rimmington, a UK based photographer shooting mainly portraits, lifestyle and brands. i took up photography just over 4 years ago, starting out shooting photos of nature and landscapes, but a couple of years ago i started to photograph people too and fell head over heels in love with it.

"I would change how we all treat each other, thereís too much ill-will and hatred in the world. iíd like for us all to get along and live in harmony"

So you did a pleasant editorial. What are your thoughts behind it?


Nature is my thing, I love spending time outdoors, thereís something truly calming about being on the top of a windy hill, sitting by a river or wandering beneath a canopy of trees. I split the shoot in two. The first half i shot with Dom at the amazingly dramatic location called winnats pass that iím very fortunate to have close to where i live. The second half of the shoot was shot with SeŠna at a local woodland that has a really serene atmosphere, itís somewhere I visit a lot when i want to get away from the hectic city life.

"Nature is my thing, i love spending time outdoors, thereís something truly calming about being on the top of a windy hill, sitting by a river or wandering beneath a canopy of trees"

What does ĒMake waiting pleasantĒ mean to you?


For me it means Ďslow down and enjoy the momentí. We live in time where weíre not used to waiting very long for anything, which makes us impatient. Itís just as important to take pleasure in those quieter moments, those points in time when youíre waiting for the next big thing to happen.

What does paradise look like to you? My paradise would be a cosy log cabin, sat on a tiny island in the middle of a mist covered lake, thatís surrounded by woodland and overlooked by mountains.

If you could change one thing in the whole world, what would that be?


I would change how we all treat each other, thereís too much ill-will and hatred in the world. iíd like for us all to get along and live in harmony.

how long could you survive without Internet?


Despite what my friends and family might think, Iíd actually be ok without the internet. Most of my day revolves around the internet in some way, but Iím actually quite content being out in the middle of nowhere without phone reception.

Do you have a favourite piece of clothing?


I love my checked shirts, itís not often that iíd be found without a checked shirt of some kind.


Whats the meaning of life?


I think the meaning of life is to find enjoyment in everything you do, and to leave the world better than we found it.

Thanks a lot liam, and have a nice trip to Iceland!