This is a short documentary about my beloved grandfather, Roy Eugene Graham, and his distinguished career as an architect and professor of historic preservation. He has been teaching for over forty years and now he is preparing for retirement.
He invited me to join him at the 2013 National Preservation Conference where he received the highest honor given in his field, the James Marston Fitch Lifetime Achievement Award for his leadership in preservation education.
This film was produced in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Master of Fine Arts Degree for the Department of Radio, Television and Film, at the University of North Texas in the Documentary Production Workshop. RTVF 5770 (Fall 2013)
Faculty Advisor: Tania Khalaf