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Graham Wickman
Upon leaving university in 1979, Graham joined the Natural History Museum's Special Effects Section where he worked on system design, sound production for in- house media creation, technical programming and exhibit maintenance. His 11 years there were "rounded off" with the award- winning "Ecology Gallery", where he was both System Designer and Project Manager. He left the Natural History Museum to set up Touch International as co-director.  This company provided AV System Design and Installation services to museums both in the UK and abroad.  Included in Touch's portfolio are projects such as Science for Life at the Welcome Foundation. Other clients included:  the BBC with travelling shows in Moscow and India; English Heritage, where Touch looked after the AV installations in the south of England; and James Gardner Studios. After three years with Touch, Graham joined Electrosonic as a Senior Systems Consultant, designing and advising on the integration of AV systems for leisure, corporate and commercial clients around the world.   He left Electrosonic in 2006 to set up 767. Details of some of these projects may be found on the Portfolio pages.