L. P. Lee is an English Eurasian author, film-maker and TV consultant who grew up somewhere in between South London and South Korea.
Her fiction has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize, selected for 'Best New Horror', and featured in Virtual Futures Salons. Adaptations have included The Feast, starring Katie Leung (Harry Potter) and screened worldwide. Her screenplays have been developed into immersive theatre and selected for Google's 2018 Jump Start Program for VR. In 2019, she joined Sundance Film Festival as a Lead Artist, and was nominated for Best Storytelling at SXSW.
In her other lives, L. P. Lee has written exam questions on existentialism, cleaned pig intestines at a restaurant in the Korean mountains, and worked on Google’s European ad campaigns at a WPP agency in London. She has acted as a consultant for the BBC's Stacey Dooley Investigates, out in 2020.
She received her Masters in Social Anthropology at the University of Oxford after studying Chinese at the University of Cambridge.
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