Associate Professor of Film Technology, BA (Hons), PGCert
Fiona is an established producer and an Associate Professor of Film Technology. She has pioneered new methods in research informed practice to enhance the digital dissemination of academic research nationally and internationally. She has worked with museums, tourism, heritage sites and channels in the UK and Europe including BBC, ITV, Sky, and The History Channel, as well as BBC Radio creating factual content which has a major impact on society.
From developing and creating digital film content discussing mass Holocaust genocide to missing persons and history Fiona works with Television Channels, museums, charitable organisations and the community. Her methods have had a direct impact on the public nationally and internationally working with UK Police Forces, Universities and local communities.
Her current research involves working with Holocaust survivors and museums in the UK and internationally, World War One and World War Two history and with liaison with SMEs and production companies to television channels, tourism and museums in the UK and Europe, along with Forensics and Police Forces across the UK.
- Royal Television Society
- Women in Film and Television
Research Interests and Areas of Expertise
- Development and production of crime and genocide research in the UK and internationally for mass dissemination.
- Creation and dissemination of digital content included traditional video, drone, 360 camera technology, VR and AR.
- Cross-platform media approaches for audience engagement with crime, archaeology, science, history and heritage projects.
Graham, F. and Ottey, P. (2018) Cambrai Tank Museum, Flesquieres, France.
Ottey, P. and Graham, F. (2018) The Untold Holocaust and Hitler’s Testing Ground.
Graham, F. (2017) Graham Fiona, and Title Role Productions, Manchester and Sky Television, Sky, Crime and Investigation Channel, Shannon Matthews – The Disappearance.
Graham, F. (2014) Graham, Fiona, and Title Role Productions, Manchester and Channel 5, Britain’s Worst Crimes: Stephanie Slater.
Graham, F. (2014) and Title Role Productions, Manchester, Sky and Channel 5. Britain’s Worst Crimes: Jill Dando.
Graham, F. (2012) with Title Role Productions for HISTORY Channel. How Britain Bridged The World.