Graham’s catalogue of work is comprised of landscapes, figure work and some still life, produced solely in toned black and white with some one-off pieces having colour applied by hand.
The prints are all hand produced by traditional ‘wet’ photography methods. The nature of the toning process ensures that each print is unique.
Graham is making increasing use of toy cameras for the unique and atmospheric qualities they can impart to the image. He also has a catalogue of rock music pictures taken in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s of some of rock ’n’ roll’s now iconic figures, again in black and white. Names such as The Who, Free, Tyrannosaurus Rex and many others feature.