Eun-ah Lee has emerged as a young talent in independent cinema, expressing the core emotion of every story through her atmospheric style and dazzling camera work.
Born and raised in Seoul, Korea, Eun-ah’s love of art developed in her youth. She landed her first commissioned painting project at age 12. And continued practicing her art after she moved to the States. She attended NYU Tisch School of the Arts in directing and cinematography. She was part of the movie Rich Kids as a director of photography. It was at this time that she began to develop her filmic style by incorporating her cultural background and artistic training into her work. To date, she has shot more than 50 films.
Furthermore, known for her work on “Blackbird” starring Oscar winner Mo’Nique. And released theatrically on IMAX and featured on CNN, “A Song Still Inside”, winning the Best Cinematography Award at the GeneArt Film Festival in New York, Milcho Manchevski’s “Thursday”, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival, and “Sea Is All I Know”, starring Melissa Leo, which was an Oscar semi-finalist. Also, her works have screened worldwide, including at the Cannes, Sundance, Venice, Pusan, Hong Kong, and Los Angeles film festivals.