Parallel to his musical work Lee is an acclaimed photographer with a similarly distinctive approach. His work has been exhibited in both solo and collective exhibitions.
Having worked in a variety of audio-visual capacities with notable artists and musicians from around the world Lee has helped to fulfil a number of critically acclaimed works. Together with long-term musical associate (touch guitarist & composer) Markus Reuter he is a founding member of Unsung Productions, an international collective of independent music producers.
In 2016 Lee became an official member of Billie Bottle & The Multiple, participating in live shows whilst continuing his role as the band's producer for recorded works.
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What (some) people are saying:
"Sonically rich with layers of interesting parts and really nice arrangements..." (Richard Barbieri: Porcupine Tree / Japan)
"Lovely and intelligent melodic-prog" (Barry Cleveland: Guitar Player Magazine)
"Brilliant vocal, production, arrangement and performance. A tour de force..." (Kate and Mike Westbrook)
"Incredible production, gorgeous vocals, impeccable instrumentation, and heavy lyrics. There's nothing here not to love" (Vince Font: Writer & Broadcaster)
"An ominous, richly produced debut from a very talented sound-artist" (René Yedema: iO Pages Magazine)
“Affection and anger, dislocation and commonality, families and strangers, nature and the grind, all linked under a lovingly gilded arch of strings, soft voices and soundscapes" (Dann Chinn: Misfit City)
"There are many well-groomed tunes to be admired" (Sid Smith: Prog Magazine)
"Lee’s words are from the heart and full of soul, and most importantly REAL" (Roger Trenwith: Duch Progressive Rock Page)
"Great musical craftsmanship, intriguing musical ideas and captivating sounds" (Jerry Lucky: The Progressive Rock Files)
"We need to be thankful that work this beautiful still gets made" (Chris Jones: Writer & BBC Producer)
"This is 100% excellence in every way. RECOMMENDED!" (Lee Henderson: ProgNaut)