Simon Lee
Ipswich, United Kingdom

Simon Lee is interested in the things that get ignored, go unnoticed or are simply too 'everyday' to be picked up by most people as they continue with their busy lives. Never posed or modelled, his work shows the humanity within each of us in all its frailty, strength, humour, hope and oddness. His strong personal vision of the world and its inhabitants allows him to take candid photographs on the streets, in shopping centres, and around the countryside of our world. His ethos can be summed up by fellow photographer Matt Hardy: "Beauty can be seen in all things; seeing and composing the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph.”

The Deep End
photography , starting at $145

Umbrellas
photography , starting at $145

A Lull in Conversation
photography , starting at $195


The Porter
photography , starting at $145

The Coffee Packers
photography , starting at $195

Cows & Passing Cyclist
photography , starting at $145


Cambridge Constables
photography , starting at $145

Carry
photography , starting at $145

Into and Out Of
photography , starting at $145


Sale
photography , starting at $145

Sleeper
photography , starting at $145

The Burger Bar
photography , starting at $145


The Jeweller
photography , starting at $145


The Burger Bar
photography , starting at $145

Umbrellas
photography , starting at $145

The Porter
photography , starting at $145


Sleeper
photography , starting at $145

Sale
photography , starting at $145


Speak with Simon


UGallery 11/27/2012 | 2:53 PM

Hey Simon, Welcome to UGallery! Hopefully, being on UGallery will be a little bit more fun than going to school ;) You can check out our blog post about your new work here: http://blog.ugallery.com/post/36570639119/new-artist-spotlight-elena-baker-nan-davis-kelly

Simon Lee 11/22/2012 | 4:48 AM

My first day at UGallery, it's like going to school for the first time. Shoelaces done up, check; tie on straight, check; hair combed, check. Ready to spend lunchtime in detention, check. Perhaps I can use those lunchtime detentions to ensure I add some more photographs to my UGallery collection. Thanks so much for having a look. Simon