Marc Graham 22, joined the Tennessee Tech Athletics staff in the role of Video Coordinator in 2014, and handles all video operations for the Golden Eagle Sports Network and Tech’s productions for the Ohio Valley Conference Digital Network. He also serves as director for The Watson Brown Show, all live webstreams of Tech athletics events, and assists with the new video board in Eblen Center.
His work with the Golden Eagle Sports Network has been met with enthusiastic praise from all corners, including the weekly Watson Brown Show, his All Access, behind-the-scenes pieces, team intro videos, Hall of Fame induction videos and a wide variety of other segments and productions.
A former competitive figure skater, he earned his degree from the University of Cincinnati, and spent the summer of 2014 in Los Angeles as Assistant Editor and Post Production Coordinator on the feature film Bad Blood. While at the University of Cincinnati, Graham spent two years with the Bearcats TV office and held several responsibilities, varying from directing live web streams, producing program series, and editing special features. Graham also was an assistant on The Sammi Cronin Show.
He spent the two years directing, producing, and editing two documentaries and one short film. Graham’s first drama director’s debut was titled Solace, a story about a young man’s struggles with his brother’s substance addiction and his own deteriorating state. The film was premiered in Corbett Theatre at the University of Cincinnati.
Graham graduated in 2014, earning a degree in electronic media with a minor in marketing.