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Patrick Lee

Writer, editor, digital producer

Location icon United States

Patrick Lee has worked for more than 20 years as a reporter, writer, editor and digital producer in print, digital and broadcast news media, covering a wide range of issues.

Patrick is currently a freelance journalist, editor and digital producer. He has edited text, news, social media and video text for a variety of clients, including news media outlets, web designers, private companies and nonprofit institutions.

Portfolio
SYFY WIRE
12/14/2012
How Star Trek's Leonard Nimoy felt about playing Spock again

Leonard Nimoy, who reprises his most famous role in J.J. Abrams' upcoming Star Trek, told SCI FI Wire that he found it relatively easy to slip back into the character of Spock after more than a decade in this second part of our exclusive Q&A. "I found myself extremely comfortable doing it," Nimoy said.

SYFY WIRE
12/14/2012
Set report: We watched the Watchmen become real

What if the universe of Watchmen really existed? It did, at least for a while. In November of 2007, I was lucky enough to be one of a handful of reporters invited to the Canadian set of director Zack Snyder's movie adaptation of Watchmen. It was like walking into the panels of the graphic novel itself.

Tribeca Shortlist

Outtake by Tribeca Shortlist
06/01/2017
What 'Wonder Woman' Means for Women Filmmakers and Superheroes

Wonder Woman’s arrival as a major studio film directed by a woman underscores just how underrepresented women remain as characters, stars and behind-the-camera creators in the male-dominated movie business.

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times
09/15/1991
Alaska Oil: It's energy vs. the environment in fight for vast reserves

Hope and fear are driving the debate over whether to open up oil drilling in a small part of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge—ANWR, as it is commonly called—an unspoiled reserve roughly the size of Indiana. The argument has come to embody the nation's energy dilemma: environmental preservation versus resource development.

Los Angeles Times
09/16/1991
Alaska Oil: Critics point to pollution, safety record of Alyeska Co.

The argument over oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge has focused too little attention on the pollution, safety and other problems caused by the Alyeska Pipeline Service Co. during the 14 years that it has transported the oil produced on Alaska's North Slope, critics say.

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