Lee is a Thai film editor and sound editor. He is a frequent collaborator with Apichatpong Weerasethakul where he worked on four films including ‘Blissfully Yours’, ‘Tropical Malady’, ‘Syndromes and a Century’ and ‘Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall his Past Lives’. At the inaugural Asian Film Awards in 2007 in Hong Kong, Lee won the Best Editor award for ‘Syndromes and a Century’. He has also worked on commercial films including the hit Thai horror film, ‘Shutter’.
Bangkok Film Critic’s Assembly also named him Best Editor in 2008 for ‘Wonderful Town’. He took a break from editing to direct his debut feature film, ‘Concrete Clouds’, which premiered in Busan and was screened in competition at Rotterdam, Taipei, Shanghai and Edinburgh. Most recently, ‘Concrete Clouds’ swept the Thai ‘Oscars’ with big wins for Best Film, Best Director and Best Supporting Actress.
In 2002, Lee founded his own post-production company, Houdini Studio, which he expanded into a full-service digital laboratory, White Light Post, in 2010, to do colour grading and finishing for Thai and regional feature films.