Being surrounded by photographers in his family, Curtis was just 15 years old when he started practicing the art of photography.  He attended the Los Angeles Art Center College of Design and then proceeded to have a successful career in Advertising Photography.


Curtis won many accolades for his work in advertising including: N.Y. Art Director, Norma, National Addys, and Clio Award. His work appeared in many national publications such as: Town & Country, Esquire, Print, and Communication Arts.


His career in advertising led to creating commercials for his clients as a Director/Cameraman. Curtis attended the American Film Institute, where he received the Mary Pickford Award Scholarship. His master thesis film “The Blue Men” starring Estelle Parsons received a Student Emmy, Focus Award for Cinematography and a Student Academy Award.


Curtis Graham’s narrative and feature resume is as varied as his illustrious career. From films such as “Oneiric”, “Father Eddy”, “Misconceptions”, and “Prime of your Life”, to the PBS Documentary “John & Mable Ringling”, Curtis has created a diverse body of work as Director/DP. His latest film, “Troubadour” is currently in post-production.


At the University of Tampa, Curtis is an adjunct professor teaching Cinematography. He continues to create films and commercials under his production company, GreyHouse Films.


Director of Photography


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