Graham is very much a people person. As a good communicator, he thrives on leading as well as working within a team. He works closely with production teams to ensure they get the best results in the most creative and efficient way.
Graham joined Films at 59 as a Dubbing Mixer in 1992. He enjoys working across a variety of genres, but is probably best known for his work on Natural History (series such as ‘Blue Planet’, ‘Planet Earth’, ‘Life”, ‘Frozen Planet’, ‘Africa’, ‘North America‘, ‘Life Stories‘) and Drama (including ‘Teachers’, ‘Mistresses‘, “Public Enemies’ and “Life in Squares”).
Graham has received numerous nominations and awards for his work, including Primetime Emmy nominations for ‘Planet Earth’ ‘Blue Planet’ and ‘Frozen Planet‘. He was nominated twice in one year for both ‘Nature’s Great Events’ and ‘Life’. He has won two Emmy awards and received Emmy nominations for ‘Land of the Tiger’, ‘Voyage of the Whales’, and ‘Great Railway Journeys’ to mention a few.
His work on ‘Frozen Planet’ won a BAFTA in the sound factual category, along with the Panda award for best sound at Wildscreen in 2012. In 2010, Graham mixed the BBC’s highly acclaimed 3-part drama ‘Five Daughters’, which went on to win Best Episode of a TV Fiction Series/Serial 2010 at Prix Europa, and Best UK Feature at The Raindance Festival. He then went onto mix the BBC’s third series of ‘Mistresses’ acclaimed BBC drama ‘Public Enemies’, and ‘Life in Squares’ for Ecosse Films.
He is regularly on the judging panels for several high profile industry awards and is keenly encourages and promotes new talent. He has lectured, both in the UK and abroad, on behalf of many companies including Salford University, BBC, Wildscreen and Films at 59.
The Hunt: BBC
Life Story: BBC
The One Show: BBC
The Great British Bake Off: BBC
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