Graham has more than 35 years experience as a marine geologist and applied geophysicist with 22 years based in Singapore. Now living in Australia, Graham has the dual role of Managing Director Global Subsea Cable Business for the EGS Survey Group of companies, and as Executive Director of EGS Survey, Australia and EGS Americas.
Specializing in submarine cable route planning and survey in 1990 after adapting engineering geoscience investigative procedures to the requirements of the submarine telecommunications industry; in particular in the field of burial assessment. Since that time, he has become an enthusiastic and dedicated participant in the submarine telecommunications community and is a regular speaker on his specialist topics at international submarine telecommunications conferences worldwide and is a contributing author (Chapter 4) of Submarine Cables: The Handbook of Law and Policy published November 2013 by Brill.
Graham represents EGS on the SubOptic Executive Committee and also serves as a Director of International Cable Protection Committee Ltd.: is a member of the ICPC Executive Committee and ICPC Chairman from April 2016.