Keri Lee is a photographer with 13 years of experience in professional photography and travel photojournalism. Traveling to over 30 countries, her diverse range of shoots brought her from tsunami disaster relief missions in Sendai, Japan to high-risk areas of Islamabad, Pakistan. Keri is an internationally published and exhibited artist and her current gallery is on display at Grace Street Cafe, NYC. She is passionate about telling stories through authentic and impactful imagery. See her portfolio at: www.kerishayphotography.com
I love seeing a client who's happy with the work I provide.
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
I do travel, portrait, studio, commercial, product, food, and wedding shoots. With my formal photography training and experience from all over the world, there's a certain beauty of art & science I get from my work. It's bold, loving, and fearless.
Awards, honors, and recognitions received
Galleries: - New York - Gracestreet Café (current) - Seoul - World Culture Open HQ - London - The Salvation Army HQ (2019) - Chicago - Ray and Joan Kroc Center
Photography work featured in: - “Not On Our Watch”, by John Prendergast / Don Cheadle - Asian Geographic Magazine - GQ Korea - F.OUND Magazine - All the World Magazine - New Frontier Magazine - Uganda Lobby Days Campaign, Uganda Lobby Days
A fun fact about this photographer
I attended wilderness survival school in Fiji where I learned old school spearfishing using tridents. The trick is to dive at night when the fish are asleep!