Mark Liddell is considered one of the top celebrity photographers and visual experts in the world. He is best known for creating images of Hollywood’s elite for major magazines, advertising campaigns, directing videos of his celebrity clients as well as using his visual talent in designing million dollar homes. Mark Liddell was born in Jamaica and has lived in England, Italy, and Australia and now resides in Los Angeles, California. He has traveled the world throughout his life, using his knowledge and understanding of different cultures as a source of inspiration for his work. Mark Liddell has created iconic fashion images for Versace and Fendi and has photographed over 400 international magazine covers. He has also created many CD covers for some of the world’s biggest artists including Britney Spears, Avril Lavigne, Janet Jackson, Donna Summer, Leighton Meester and Laura Pausini. Mark Liddell’s first exhibition was for The Princess Of Wales Memorial Fund in London, a six-month project where he created images of the world’s most beautiful women, including Kate Moss, Janet Jackson, Iman, Melanie Griffith and Kylie Minogue that were auctioned by Lord Archer. Mark Liddell launched his first coffee table book, Exposed-10 years in Hollywood, in December 2009, first in New York at an event hosted by Halle Berry and then in Los Angeles at an event hosted by Jessica Alba. The book launch featured the premiere of Mark Liddell’s first short film, EXPOSED, which helped raise funds for his two favorite charities, The Jenesse Center for victims of domestic abuse and The Trevor Project, a suicide prevention center for LGBT youth.