IMPERATIVE PICTURES, Los Angeles, Graham Streeter is an American Filmmaker. Streeter is best known for his feature films IMPERFECT SKY (2016) currently in festivals, BLIND MALICE (2013), academically acclaimed documentary, BOYS IN PERIL (2013),and CAGES (2006) featuring Zelda Rubinstein and Oscar Nominee Mako Iwamatsu.

After a quick run directing award winning short films Crickets & Potatoes and Frank in Five, Streeter bridged into educational documentary films RETURN TO AUTISM, AAMI, AVID HEROS and JOLLY OYSTER, RACING AT THE SPEED OF LIFE, along with music videos for artists Dave Koz, THIS GUY'S IN LOVE (2013), Patti Austin, Kirk Whalum,Michael Lington, Jessica Callahan, Dianne Reeves, Cassandra Wilson, and Praful. In addition, Streeter also directed countless commercials for Fox Sports, directed THE ROAD TO SYDNEY, 2000 Olympic programming for Direct TV and Reality TV Series for A&E.

Streeter made a name for himself shooting the original in-house prototype Apple iPod NANO,1-2-3-4 featuring Feist as well as numerous prototype iPhone spots under the Chiat Day Advertising banner. 

In his teens, Graham moved to Japan where he lived for almost 10 years, eventually working for Japanese television, before returning to California in pursuit of a formal education, Back in the states, Graham earned a double BA in International Business Administration and Japanese Language.

Streeter joined Nippon Television Los Angeles as an affiliat network director/producer, credited for U-Sports, running 136 episodes in which he co-produced, wrote, and directed. In addition, under the NTV banner, Graham directed, produce and appeared on motor racing series MOBI and Voom!, spanning 8 years behind and in front of the camera. In 2001, Streeter left the network to open IMPERATIVE PICTURES in pursuit of filmmaking.