Curriculum Vitae

Artistic Disciplines:

  • Painting - oils and acrylics.
  • Photography - landscape, wildlife, commercial.


  • WH Smith Ltd (UK National retailer). Calendar images.
  • People in Camera (monthly UK photography magazine). Featured a 25 image portfolio and 3000 word article about Lee's environmental and photojournalism work.
  • Far From Paradise (BBC Books). Printed images.
  • RSPCA. Numerous publications. Photojournalism featuring the work of the RSPCA together with images of wildlife and the natural world.
  • Beauty Without Cruelty (International animal welfare organisation). Photographic images of merchandise.
  • What Camera (Artist Profile in monthly UK magazine). Article and images about Lee's photographic work.


  • RSPCA (UK animal welfare organisation): Extensive photojournalism work.
  • Earthkind International: Braer oil tanker disaster. On location in Shetland Isles covering the unfolding events of the Braer oil tanker disaster. Also produced film footage for ITN 'News at 10' aired on national UK television.
  • Writers Centre, Dublin, Ireland: photographic work of international singer/songwriter.


  • Wildlife Arts Society (UK) 2000: Annual group exhibition, The Mall Galleries, London.
  • Kerry Arts Council 2001: Dingle, County Kerry, Ireland. Blaskets Project - invited to produce artistic interpretation of 'Blasket Mòr' - exhibition held at the Heritage Centre, Dingle. One of Lee's paintings entitled 'The Islandman' was selected for the catalogue cover and promotional poster.
  • Celtic Arts Festival 2001: Cahersiveen, County Kerry, Ireland. Group exhibition for invited artists.
  • Chernobyl Arts Project 2001: Caherdaniel, County Kerry, Ireland. Group art exhibition.
  • Kerry Arts Council 2001: 'Rhythms of Kerry' project. Invited to produce artistic interpretations of Kerry. VIP opening to the exhibition in the presence of President of Ireland, Mary McAleese.
  • The Arts Council of Ireland 2002: Kerry County Council Farranfore project. Shortlisted to produce artworks for the 'Percent for Art