Graham was born in Manchester 1st October 1940
He developed a love of wildlife & nature and took up a full time education studying
Scientific Natural History Illustration
at Blackpool & Fylde College where he gained an HND.
Graham has been interviewed on BBC radio Lancashire and his paintings
have been featured in Lancashire Life Magazine.
Some of his early work was accepted by the prestigious Society of Botanical Artists in London.
His work is also on permanent display in Bolton Museum.
During an expedition in Canada he canoed on Lake Kashwakamak,Ontario,
where he watched beavers at work at their lodge.
He finds nothing more awe inspiring than the solitude of raw nature and wild places.
He sleeps in the woodlands and besides riverbanks to gain an understanding and respect for nature.
Grahams inspiration comes from a love of wildlife and nature and a dedication
to observe nature in detail.
To get close to subjects "Time is an irrelevance"
See how this reflects in the details of his work.