Lee is an energetic, motivated and highly versatile creative thinker and doer, with excellent leadership qualities and extensive experience in the areas of TV commercials, online content, fashion and music videos.

Specialities include directing live action and animation, in particular VFX heavy projects. Editing, motion design, visual effects and project supervision are areas of expertise. Experience in the materialisation of ideas and concept development has led to a fine understanding of narrative and the many aspects of editing, which enhances his creative prowess.

He has written and directed International TV and digital spots for Carlsberg, Lucozade, Wagamama, Tropicana, Boots & Huggies, as well as directing music videos for critically acclaimed artists in both live action and animation. More often than not, he takes a hands on approach to editing and visual effects.

He has edited films with renowned directors for Global brands such as Armani, Jimmy Choo, Miu Miu, Chanel, and Nike, amongst others. He has worked with some of the world’s leading creative companies such as AKQA, Ogilvy & Mather, Mother, DDB, Spring Studios, Art Partner and ID magazine to name a few and enjoys the collaborative process.

To compliment his creative nature, his technical expertise is broad. He is highly accomplished in Adobe Creative suite as well as Final Cut Pro and Resolve. His familiarity with 3D workflow is considerable and on many occasions he has collaborated with 3D artists to composite elements in to a streamlined AE pipeline.

He’s worked with colourists on an array of grading systems including Baselight and Resolve and has harnessed strong, ongoing relationships with highly talented individuals, utilising their particular strengths on a project by project basis.

Throughout all of his work, be it commercials, digital content, music videos, film or TV, at the core you’ll find the passion and substance it takes to make something work well.

His work has been featured in major industry publications including onedotzero, Creative Review, Shots, Televisual, Promo news and NME.


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