Graham’s love for illustration begun at a very young age when he started copying Garfield comics perfectly by hand…then when he discovered you could actually have a job drawing he headed to Brighton to study Illustration.
Shortly after completing a masters at Central St Martins he launched a very successful career as a commercial Illustrator with critically acclaimed campaigns with Monster.co.uk and Bupa.
In 2003 Graham began screen-printing again and discovered an entirely new illustration style and way of working, and after exhibiting for the first time at Brighton Art Fair in 2004 and being picked up by a few galleries Graham fast became one of the UK’s best loved and most collected printmakers.
Over the last 12 years Graham has produced several critically acclaimed solo shows, been part of some extraordinary collective shows, and found time to build a giant yeti puppet for his 2012 exhibition! In 2008 Graham founded Boxbird Gallery with his wife Alice, and he still works from their space in Hove, where he can often be found getting messy with inks and printing new work!
Graham still works as a commercial illustrator and has worked with many clients including Waterstones, The Sunday Telegraph, Financial Times, Dirty Bird Records, Blue Q, Diesel, The New Scientist and Cadburys. He is currently working with his agent at Arena Publishing on his first children’s book collection!