Full Member / Consulting Member / Fellow
After a lifelong career in Pinewood Studios Sound Department, I am now a guest tutor and lecturer at the NFTS, and various other Film Schools in Europe.
OSCAR nominations - Best Sound:-
Superman - The Movie 1978.
A Passage to India 1984.
BAFTA AWARD – Best Sound:-
Pink Floyd - The Wall 1982.
BAFTA Nominations - Best Sound:-
Blade Runner 1982.
Golden Reel awards :-
The Living Daylights 1987.
Tomorrow Never Dies 1997.
Golden Reel Nominations :-
Licence to Kill 1989.
The Adventures of Baron Munchausen
Thelma & Louise 1991.
The World is Not Enough1999.
The Flower of My Secret 1995.
Member of AMPAS since 1979
Elected a Fellow of the BKSTS in 1992
Received the BKSTS 'Charles Parkhouse' Award in 1998
Awarded AMPS Fellowship in 1999
Awarded Life Membership of BAFTA in 2007
Honoured with AMPS Special Award for ‘Outstanding Contribution to Film Sound’ in 2022
This AMPS Fellowship is awarded for services in the formation and subsequent running of the Association.
From February 1988 to June 1989 Graham served on the working parties set up to investigate and organise a suitable association or guild to represent those working in Motion Picture Sound.
Graham's attendance at those meetings was exemplary, his contribution of ideas was prolific and clear reasoning in debate, influential. At the foundation meeting of the Association on the 25th of June 1989 he was elected to the first Council, and has served continuously ever since.
His support of the Association, despite the pressures of work, has been exceptional.
His technical contributions on Sound Technology, the organisation of Theatre 7 film shows and his liaison with Pinewood management for provision of meeting and function venues has been invaluable. All this has benefited AMPS and has played a significant role in promoting it as a prestigious industry Organisation.
This award is the result of a ballot of Council Members.
The Council of the Association of Motion Picture Sound
12th June 1999