To start with, in order to study photon graviton interactions one must have a quantized gravitation which will give the appropriate interaction vertices and diagrams. There does seem to be a "graviton compton scattering" according to the link. As graviton is spin two and photon is spin 1 it is not simple like electron photon. This is for a real interaction.
The gravitational field that a particle carries due to its energy momentum vector is described with virtual exchanges. The electric field of an electron moving with velocity v can be described in quantum field theory as built up by virtual photons, this means that no energy is lost until there is an interaction. I presume that the gravitational field of a particle moving with velocity v will be described by virtual gravitons.
The virtual gravitons and the real photon, whose gravitational field creates the virtual gravitons, are not exchanging any energy. A sonic boom type of mathematics cannot be built up because virtual means no energy is exchanged, and a sonic boom consumes energy.
So no, the analogy cannot hold.