Architecture as social responsibility is the common element in Graham’s practice, the power of design to create sustainable, life-affirming environments and communities. Graham leads SMRT’s justice practice. Since joining the firm in 2011, he has designed correctional facilities as well as educational and healthcare facilities that enable dedicated people to help others. Always one for adventure, Graham can be found cruising through the woods on a mountain bike or snowboard, but more often these days chasing his young sons around. Graham is actively involved in the AIA Academy of Architecture for Justice and currently sits on the UMA School of Architecture Advisory Board.
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Principal, Director of Justice Practice
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Bachelors of Architecture
American Jail Association, American Correctional Association, AIA, Academy of Architecture for Justice
Maine Department of Corrections, Women's Reentry Center AIA/Academy of Architecture for Justice, Justice Facilities Review