Devin Graham (born July 29, 1983) is an American videographer who produces adventure and extreme sport videos on YouTube under the name devinsupertramp. His channel has more than 4.5 million subscribers and over 1 Billion views on YouTube*.
Graham began making films of his stunts snowboarding at an early age. After breaking his back and legs snowboarding, he shifted his focus to being behind the camera. He studied film making at Brigham Young University with the original intent on working on feature films. After seeing the successes of YouTube videos, specifically one made on a cellphone that amassed over two million views, Graham opted to focus on making videos of his own rather than completing his degree.
Graham mostly produces, films, and edits his videos on his own. In a number of occasions, Graham has stated that he’s worked with his roommate Jeff Harmon, others for sound, and cameramen if required. In Logan, Utah, he recruited 30 fan volunteers to help him shoot a snowball fight after making a public appeal on Facebook.
Graham’s YouTube channel has more than four million subscribers and his videos have amounted to over a billion views as of November 2017. His videos are noted for their high production value and frequent use of Glidecam stabilizers. Some of his revenue comes from corporate sponsorships for his videos; which have included the clothing brand Vooray, Timex, Kelloggs, Bear Naked, Mountain Dew, Ford and Reebok, as well as Speed Stick Gear.