Lee Brodhurst-Hooper is a visual artist based in the coastal town of Folkestone, Kent. With a B.A and M.A in Photography, Lee has both an academic and creative background.
Lee has worked extensively in photography, having worked as picture editor for publications such as The Stool Pigeon newspaper, Artrocker Magazine, with photography commissions from Dazed and Confused, the BBC and The Guardian.
With a varied creative background, it’s Lee’s experience of working in creative strategy for organisations like Getty Images that have cemented Lee’s holistic take on photography.
Lee’s photographic work is centred around behaviour, through his voracious fascination with people, and their lives. He’s particularly interested in tribes, and their unique visual nuances and behaviours.
His current project ‘Sea Change’ spans across a year, documenting the changing face of Folkestone through its new generation. In the past, Lee has investigated modern masculinity, London communities, and the blurring lines between documentary and family photo albums.
Using a mixture of traditional film techniques and digital practice, Lee aims to capture emotion and reality of each of his subjects and their surroundings, creating visuals that tap into a feel, and start a conversation.