Lee grew upin Essex, England, but can almost call himself a Berliner now, having movedthere from London 8 years ago, the very same week the Watergate club opened. Duringthe late 90's, producing and performing as Hefner, he became involved with thepost-drum and bass, downbeat, lounge sound of the time, remixing the likes of4Hero, Cinematic Orchestra and Lamb, and releasing the album Residue in 2000.As a resident at the new Plastic People club, he first tried to find a way toexpress his musical taste in a club environment. It was only when he moved toGermany in 2002 to be with his girlfriend, inspired by the new soundtrack hediscovered during long Kreuzberg nights, that he finally traded his jazz chordsfor dancing shoes, and with MyMy began to explore the world of house andtechno.
Together with Panorama Bar resident Nick Höppner, theytoured in a total of 27 countries and appeared on labels such as Ostgut Ton,Circus Company and Playhouse, where they released the album Songs for theGentle in 2006. In 2010, after 5 years together, MyMy decided to go their ownways and to stop their monthly parties at Watergate where Lee had developed hisskills as a DJ. He would nowfocus on establishing himself as a solo DJ and Producer, and one of Watergate'smain residents.
Having played keyboards, guitar and bass since he was young,Lee is always searching for musicality in his sound. His approach in the studiocomes from his love of song writing and composition, influenced by classicalmusic, jazz and film soundtracks. For some time his solo releases and remixeshave been popping up on labels such as Aus Music, Ostgut Ton, Liebe*Detail andCityfox, and in 2008 he released his debut LP "Electronic Frank" onAus Music. In 2010 Lee will do his first ever mix CD for the world famousWatergate Club . The number 07 of this series will be released in mid Octoberand he did many exclusive tracks and remixes for this mix so there will be alot of new stuff out on vinyl ( for example a single on Watergate Records) inthe next month for sure.