M-A-D-E signs fashion photographer JIM LEE
M-A-D-E SIGNS TOP FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER JIM LEE
Jim Lee began his career shooting for the best fashion magazines such as Harper's Bazaar, Elle and Vogue, developing a particularly close working relationship with Vogue chief Anna Wintour. He shot seminal editorial and ad campaigns for Yves St. Laurent, Versace, Guinness, Valentino, Saks 5th Avenue, BMW and American Express amongst many others.
Jim set up his own production company in the1980s directing hundreds of spots starting with blockbusters for British Airways. The culmination of this period was directing his first feature film entitled 'Losing Track' which starred Alan Bates.
Jim's London retrospective 'Eye For Images' took place at close of 2005. The show was his re-entry to the European fashion world. It was widely reviewed in the press and on television, featuring a BBC1 TV interview and an 8-page feature in The Sunday Times Magazine. The show moves on to Paris in the spring of 2006, Milan and then to New York in the autumn. The prestigious Hamiltons Gallery in London represents Jim for picture sales and he has just been selected, along with Nick Knight, David Bailey & Rankin for the fashion section of the permanent collection at the V&A.
Jim now shoots projects for selected clients and intends to specialize in shooting advertising photography and film imagery for clients in the areas of fashion, beauty and cosmetics.