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Dry Riser by Lee Fennings
Palm Reading by Lee Fennings
The Beard by Lee Fennings
Brief Encounter by Lee Fennings
Red Light by Lee Fennings
Motion Picture by Lee Fennings
National Treasures by Lee Fennings
Tailored by Lee Fennings
Polarity by Lee Fennings
Split Ends by Lee Fennings
Glassy-Eyed by Lee Fennings
Eye Shadow by Lee Fennings
Platform by Lee Fennings
Accelerating by Lee Fennings
Footloose by Lee Fennings
Gently by Lee Fennings
Bloodline by Lee Fennings
Soho Chic by Lee Fennings
Cafe Crew by Lee Fennings
Stoker by Lee Fennings
Full Steam A Head by Lee Fennings
Sun Benched by Lee Fennings
City Stride by Lee Fennings
Passing Through by Lee Fennings
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About Lee Fennings
Lee Fennings was born in 1971 in Chatham, Kent, UK—the town known for the Royal Dockyard that built and launched the HMS Victory. Lee’s parents raised him in Gravesend, Kent—the resting place of Native American Pocahontas—where he attended school until the age of sixteen. Just before his seventeenth birthday, Lee began his career in London working for an asset management company with his elder brother.
At the age of twenty-one, unsettled and in and out of different jobs, Lee decided to travel solo to South-East Asia and later to North America with his friends. This paved the way for his love of travel. Lee’s travels have taken him to almost every continent with the exception of Australia. During this period, Lee spent nearly five years living and working in Spain, eventually returning to the UK after separating from his wife. Lee remarried in 2012 and began to develop a promising career in financial regulation. However, plagued with mental health issues and a tempestuous relationship with alcohol, Lee eventually fell afoul of the law, thus bringing his career aspirations to an abrupt halt. This was the wake-up call that Lee needed, and in October of 2014, Lee made the life-changing decision to stop drinking alcohol…forever.
This change saw Lee hungry for a new creative passion, whereupon he soon reconnected with his lifelong interest in photography. Lee’s new creative direction, coupled with his dual fascination with street life and the human condition, saw his distinctive work quickly recognised. Lee has spoken openly to the media about his battle with mental illness and alcohol dependency and about how this battle nearly cost him his life.
In December 2015, Lee published his first street photography book, Pulse, with all profits donated to the registered mental health charity, Mind. One year later he published Being Human, bringing together a compilation of his finest work whilst questioning our own human characteristics and the meaning of being human.
Lee's latest endeavour took him to Nepal, where he volunteered to teach English in a monastery to young Buddhist monks. This was the perfect opportunity to immerse himself in his interest in Buddhism, witness Nepal's diverse culture first hand and document it using his passion for photography. Lee's latest book, A Peace Of Nepal, showcases his incredible experience, with all proceeds from the sale of this book donated to help the young Buddhist monks of two monasteries in Kathmandu, Nepal.
For more information about Lee and his work, please visit the LFP website.
You can also follow Lee on Twitter @lfpstreet.