About the Producer

Sublime Media Works is a music production house run by Chris Graham in Toronto, Canada. In addition to writing and performing his own music, he also writes, produces, records and mixes for artists in a variety of genres from hard rock to children's music. Chris records both at home and on-location using a variety of analog and digital gear by brands such as API, Great River and Daking to name a few. Chris' most recent project is writing, performing and producing for indie-rock band CANVAS. Prior to that he was part of rock band The Framework (Last Gang) and FIRExFIRE. Some highlights of some of the recordings he has produced:

        - Co-Produced, Recorded and Mixed 2016 JUNO-Nominated children's album 'Songs From the Boot' by Splash'N Boots
        - Co-wrote, Produced, Recorded and Mixed album 'Bandshell' by jazz singer Tia Brazda (#1 debut on iTunes)
        - Produced and Recorded 2015 JUNO-Nominated children's album 'Happy Times' by Splash'N Boots
        - 1st Place Winner - Rock EP - 2015 Independent Music Awards (CANVAS)
        - 3rd Place, Rock Category - John Lennon International Songwriting Contest - ("Keeping Score", CANVAS)
        - 1st Place Winner - 2014 Hamilton Music and Film Fest (CANVAS)
        - Top 5 Finalist - 2014 Harbourfront Soundclash Contest (CANVAS)
        - Top 10 on campus radio in Canada ("Ashes", FIRExFIRE)
        - #2 on the Aux TV Video Countdown (We Didn't Know, FIRExFIRE)
        - Semi-finalist in the 2013 International Songwriting Competition (I Got Time, FIRExFIRE)
        - Top 10 on campus radio in Canada ("Before Tonight", The Framework)
        - #8 on Soundscan Sales in Toronto ("Before Tonight", The Framework)
        - #3 on the MuchMusic Video Countdown (Always Left Behind, The Framework)
        - Top 10 Song and audience favourite in TV Ontario's Ontario Song Contest (Call, Chris Graham Band)

Chris apprenticed with Canadian film composer Rob Carli, and has written scores for award winning short films Vodka, Winter and the Cry of Violin and Parent-Teacher Night. He also worked as arranger and copyist on a variety of movies and television shows like Murdoch Mysteries and the Made for TV movie Terry (CTV).

Chris is a member of the Canadian Federation of Musicians (Local 149), SOCAN, the Audio Engineering Society, Songwriter's Association of Canada, CARAS, and often serves as a Factor juror.