Graham set up 767 in 2006 to provide audio visual consultancy
services to museum, designer, theme park and retail clients.
Graham Wickman has been working in audio visual design since 1979 when he joined the Natural History Museum's Special Effects Section to work on system design, technical and sound production for in-house media creation and exhibit maintenance. During his 11 years there he was involved in most of the projects where AV and Interactive Technologies were put into the museum galleries. These included the award-winning Ecology Gallery, where he was both System Designer and Project Manager.In 1990, he left the Natural History Museum to help set up Touch International, which provided AV System Design and Installation services, both in the UK and abroad. One of Touch's most prestigious projects was in collaboration with Met Studio, as AV system designers and integrators for Science for Life for the Wellcome Foundation. Other projects included: travelling exhibitions in Moscow and India for the BBC, new projects and support for English Heritage in the South East, plus work in Los Angeles and Saudi Arabia.After three years with Touch he joined Electrosonic acting as Senior Systems Consultant, designing and advising on the integration of AV systems for leisure, corporate and commercial clients around the world. Museum clients included the Smithsonian in Washington, Chicago Field Museum, Imperial War Museum, Kew Gardens, Jockey Club Museum, Hong Kong, Natural History Museum, Science Museum, Manchester Museum, Museum of Tolerance, LA, Dubai Children’s Museum, Gaia Museum, Athens, IT Gallery, Singapore Science Centre, Wetlands Park in Hong Kong and The Media Museum in Hilversum.He left Electrosonic in 2006 to set up 767.