Graham’s current mission within BIM Academy is to apply computer science to optimise business and deliver enhanced productivity, client service and design excellence. He studied Applied Computing (BSc) at Northumbria University, attaining a first class honours degree. Following this he was immediately offered a research assistant position at the University. It was this post that led Graham into the world of BIM where he utilised his computing skills in a multidisciplinary team, to solve problems within the built environment sector. It was also in this role where he was introduced to BIM Academy whom were keen to utilise his skills, when his project came to a close.
Prior to his studies, Graham spent four years volunteering as an English teacher – working in a remote village on the west coast of the Republic of Georgia. It was here that he met his wife and began studying computer science and electronics in his spare time.