|Rise of Nations (2003)||(Production)|
|Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II - Retribution (2011)||(Community Managers)|
|Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine (2011)||(Community Managers)|
|Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II - Chaos Rising (2010)||(Community Manager)|
|Rise of Nations: Rise of Legends (2006)||(Web Community)|
|Rise of Nations: Gold Edition (2004)||(Web Community)|
|Rise of Nations: Thrones & Patriots (2004)||(Web Community)|
|Company of Heroes 2 (2013)||(Community Managers)|
|Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor (2009)||(Community Manager)|
|Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II (2009)||(Community Managers)|
|Age of Empires III: The WarChiefs (2006)||(Web & Community Support)|
|Halo Wars (2009)||(Xbox Live Team)|
|Age of Empires III: The Asian Dynasties (2007)||(Live Team)|
Web design started out as a hobby of sorts for Graham. His first ever website was actually a fan page for a game he was playing, another of his hobbies. With a free editor and a lot of tinkering, Graham learned the ways of weaving webpages and moved on to contribute to bigger and better fansites. His passion for web design finally drove him to an Electronic Publishing program at a local college where he earned a diploma in the field.
Graham's connection to Big Huge Games came through a few e-mails and a meeting at E3 2002, where he won a Rise of Nations tournament and the chance to play Brian Reynolds in a game. Quite certain he would lose, especially after an unexpected early raid by Brian, Graham went for broke and managed to defeat the famous game designer (Tim Train quickly restored the company's honor by defeating Graham in another match).
Now Graham has joined the BHG team as their Community Relations Manager, helping to keep the company website humming and spreading the word on the company's first game.
[Source: Big Huge Games web site]
Last updated: Jan 31, 2004