I acknowledge the Yuin people, the Traditional Custodians of Djiringanj people of the Yuin Nation the land on which I work.& live I pay my respects to Elders past, present and emerging. I extend that respect to Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Indigenous peoples everywhere.
A dancer, teacher, and choreographer, Lee's performance practice has evolved through her interest in education and human movement. Her creative focus is seeded by her interest in body awareness and tracing the imprint of sites. She creates site-specific immersive dance and events favouring engagement and intimacy over spectacle. Her recent works have involved research into the archaeology of place. Her movement practice includes alternative movement systems, awareness, body perception, and yoga therapy. She offers classes in movement that support the body-mind through the ageing process. The guiding principles of her classes focus on building and maintaining the function movement patterns to achieve High-Performance Ageing. Lee has a unique understanding of the biological processes of the body and the lines of fascial tensioning.
Lee has been a choreographer, teacher, and movement practitioner in the Bega Valley, where she has lived with her partner and two dogs since 1999. In 2001, Lee established the youth company fLiNG Physical Theatre and was its Artistic Director until 2015. Her work celebrated young people living in the Bega Valley and helped raise awareness of healthy body image, and self-esteem. Lee created and produced over twenty full-length works in collaboration with these young performers and visiting artists. She continues to mentor many alumni who have entered the dance and circus industry.