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Lee Fletcher

Based in the South West of England Lee Fletcher is a musician, record producer, arranger, songwriter & mix / mastering engineer. Furthermore he creates (predominantly music-related) film & video.

Lee has worked in a variety of audio / visual capacities with notable artists and musicians located around the world, helping to realise a number of critically acclaimed works. In recent years he has combined his talents with fellow producers / artists {{m: Markus Reuter = 18269}} (Austria), Fabio Trentini (Italy), and Adrian Benavides (USA) to form Unsung Productions; a collective of audio professionals dedicated to the highest working standards and greater musical possibilities.

Lee's extensive audio-visual portfolio is augmented by formal schooling in the shape of a Creative Digital Media (Music Pathway) degree, for which he achieved 1st Class / Distinction status.

Summer 2012: Lee released his debut solo album (in conjunction with co-featured artists Markus Reuter and Lisa Fletcher) entitled 'Faith in Worthless Things'.


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