Graham High is both a professionally trained Luthier and an accomplished musician. Working with wood was a family affair, and Graham learned his carpentry skills early at the hands of his grandfather and his father. He taught himself
how to play the guitar at age 15. When he created his first instrument as a high school art project, he found an outlet that combined his love of music along with his passion for artistic woodworking and skilled craftsmanship.
Graham was employed at Lasido in Quebec as a set up man, where he worked on Godin, Seagull, Norman and Simon Patrick Luthier guitars. He learned his craft next to David Freeman of Timeless Instruments in Tuskage, Saskatchewan and Joe Kovacic of Lado Luthery School in Lindsay, Ontario.
Graham is skilled in the building of electric and acoustic guitars and mandolins. He builds custom instruments in his studio in Niagara Falls, Ontario.