Lester Lee Po Fun has spent the last 13 years of his life in professional photography.He studied at the Polytechnic of Manchester, north of England. After graduated from the Bournemouth and Poole School of Art and Design in 1990, he travelled to Spain to work for J Walter Thompson, EMI, Virgin Records, and Vanidad (Vanity) Magazine. Some of the famous celebrities that he photographed include Jodie Foster, Paco Rabanne, and Tom Jones. In just 3 short years, Lester Lee became one of highest profile photographer in his field and was elected to be one of the twenty most outstanding photographers in Europe for the Kodak European Panorama in 1993. For the next 11 years, Lester Lee opened his own studio, Lester Lee Photo Workshop, in his home country Hong Kong and continued garnishing awards from the advertising field, including a British Design and Art Direction award in 2001, Cannes Lions award and Hong Kong Institute of professional Photographers (HKIPP) award for a Sony advertisement. In his spare time, he also appeared as a guest lecturer and honourable guest for schools and photography convention in both Hong Kong and China. His work often displays a mix of Mediterranean style and his own Asian heritage. This is most evident in his latest photography book, coincidentally termed Lester Lee. As described by Julian Lee (MA, RCA), assistant professor for City University of Hong Kong, school of Creative Media, and Alan Tat-Ming Yu (BA Hons, MA, RCA), assistant professor for Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Lester Lee is a magician of female nudes.