Graham Still received his Master of Architecture from the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia. After college, he spent the first part of his career in Charleston, South Carolina and Washington DC focusing on Architecture and Commercial Interiors. After moving back to Kansas City, Graham worked as an Interior designer with a focus on hospitality projects and residential interiors.
An associate at DRAW, Graham has in recent years evolved into a skilled Project Manager, a role that benefits from his ability to manage teams and ensure that his projects achieve design objectives, meet budgetary and schedule expectations, and generally run smoothly.
Graham also leads DRAW’s “Graham Slam,” a weekly session focused on practice-related topics intended to educate staff, elevate design excellence and refine our design process and technical standards.
Interesting facts about Graham:
Graham is the product of his environment. Born to a Graphic Designer mother and an Interior Designer father, he was exposed early to creative problem solving and was raised in an atmosphere that nurtured his rational and scientific sides.
After settling back in Kansas City with his wife and daughter, Graham and his wife made the decision to grow their family through the Foster Care and Adoption process – a decision that offered them the rewarding opportunity to drastically and fundamentally change a child’s course in life.
Graham tries to live by his belief that for those to whom much is given, much is expected.
Not everyone can say they’ve mingled with DC’s elite at a polo match hosted by Robert Duvall on his estate in Northern Virginia. Graham can…and rumor has it that he handled it like any 26 year old would. (We’ll let you use your imagination on that one.)