Lee was the co-creator and co-presenter of The Bazura Project, a comedy show about cinema. It ran for three seasons on Australian community TV from 2006-2008 before making the leap to the ABC with the six-part The Bazura Project’s Guide To Sinema airing on ABC2 in 2011.
He then wrote for The Chaser on The Hamster Wheel (2012), The Checkout (2013) and election special The Hamster Decides (2013), and for Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell (2015).
He has written about politics, film and various other topics for numerous print and online publications, including The Guardian, The Age, Vice, Junkee, Huffington Post, The Big Issue, Inside Film, FilmInk, Mumbrella, Empire, Encore, ArtsHub, B&T Magazine, Spook Magazine, Concrete Playground, The Daily Review and possibly some others.
Lee wrote and directed the short film Prosopagnosia (2013), and wrote the short Cold War (2015), filmed in Alaska by director by Richard Gray and starring Robert Patrick & Yulia Klass.
In 2016 he went on the election trail, driving around the country speaking to politicians, volunteers and voters and writing coverage for Vice Australia. The journey was soon published as a book, Double Dissolution: Heartbreak and Chaos on the Campaign