Graham originally joined Re-Format in 2014.
Previous to this, Graham studied architecture at the University of Portsmouth, achieving a distinction at postgraduate level. It was during his postgraduate studies, as part of the Architecture and Landscape studio, that he developed a keen interest in visual representation. This passion was something that he was able to develop further when he was employed as a 3D visualiser at Re-Format.
He then went on to head up a successful visualisation studio, undertaking work for a diverse range of clients, whilst managing the day to day running of the business. During this time Graham remained closely affiliated with Re-Format and continued to collaborate closely with them on a number of projects.
Graham rejoined Re-Format full time in 2022 as Head of Creative. He is responsible for overseeing visual representation and communication within the practice – a factor that he believes forms an important part of the design process.