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Graham is a conceptual artist working in digital and 3D media. BA and MA trained in London, he spent fifteen years as a photographer and picture editor in the magazine industry in a career spanning five continents in the fields of business and Formula One, took the Man Booker long-list up on to Anthony Gormley's Fourth Plinth in 2009 and once supported REM during their UK tour as part of the Jazz Butcher group. Graham's sculptural and digital work considers humanity's impact on the environment in a shifting technological world. His latest trajectory, creating high resolution digital work in a dedicated macro photography studio, draws influence from the fields of particle physics and the science of seeing to create work that is both sensory and semiotic in the encounter.

the Quantum Field series

The Quantum Field series considers the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the nature of matter in relation to colour theory and the science of sight. The human eye sees just a narrow bandwidth of the electromagnetic radiation emitting from the sun that extends from radio waves to gamma rays. Our trichromatic (RGB) binocular vision registers wavelengths from red to violet using three sets of cone receptors concentrated in the foveal area of the retina. The sense of sight accounts for up to 80 percent of the brain's sensory activity and the visual cortex constructs 'vision' on the basis of the stimulus levels detected across the retina in conjunction with an ongoing memory / mapping process of recall. The computer created assemblage of a graduated transitional hue represents an artificial stimulus of the visual cortex, generating shifting colour relationships that are alien to the natural world. Satisfying and intriguing in equal measure, the Quantum Field Series draws upon and extends two centuries of colour theory in the fields of science and the arts.


BA Hons (first class) - Mixed Media Art - University of Westminster (1998)
Masters (with merit) - Hypermedia - University of Westminster (2005)
Graham is also a qualified telecommunications engineer grade T2A
new work electronic crypto / NFT sculpture nature photography