Director Graeme Bickerdike has been part of the TV production business for over 20 years.

He joined the BBC in 1984, working on a diverse collection of comedy, drama, light entertainment and sports programmes from his base at London's Television Centre.

Graeme left in 1989 to establish Four by Three, providing location filming crews for broadcasters. He was behind the camera in Baghdad during the 1990 Gulf crisis as well as covering the Lockerbie, Kegworth and Hillsborough disasters.

The company has since successfully broadened its range of services and Graeme's role has expanded with it.

For broadcasters, Graeme's directing CV includes documentaries for both the BBC and ITV, feature strands and a short spell on a regional news magazine. He's also directed live football.

In the corporate field, he has earned a reputation for creating programmes with high production values in genres as diverse as drama, news and animation. These require creativity, imagination and an attention to detail, particularly when virtual reality techniques are involved.


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