Multimedia storyteller and National Geographic Explorer Taylor Graham has focused much of his work around water and sustainable water management on a local, national and international level. After graduating from Ithaca College, Graham spent a year as a Fulbright-Nehru Scholar in Jaipur, Rajasthan, producing a series of documentaries about water challenges in the region that focused on the protection of free-flowing Himalayan rivers. He went on to make the documentary Taming the Teesta, exploring the effects of hydroelectric damming on the Teesta River in the Indian state of Sikkim. Closer to home, he completed a 350-mile through-paddle of the Colorado River and Lake Powell as part of a National Geographic Society-supported project and documentary, Glen Canyon Rediscovered, which focused on water management challenges in the Colorado River Basin. In conjunction with this project, he also produced Seldom Seen Sleight (Mountainfilm 2018).