He has been awarded a German Chancellor Fellowship to research Non-Motorised Transport, Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning, and Integrated Urban Transport in collaboration with Rupprecht Consult.Graham holds a B.A. in History of Art and Architecture from Boston University. Graham has also completed an M.S. in City and Regional Planning at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York – where he focused on transportation systems and adaptive reuse of existing infrastructure. Graham has worked for the New York City Department of Transportation for three-years in the Bicycle and Pedestrian Projects group as well as in the Manhattan Borough Commissioner’s Office. Over the past year, Graham worked with Sam Schwartz Engineering, a private transportation engineering and planning consulting firm based in New York – where he worked on Transit Oriented Development and event based transportation plans.