Jim Lee – often referred to as England’s answer to Guy Bourdin – made himself a name with his fresh and illustrious take on fashion; the original wild child of fashion photography. Arrested is the biography of London-based photographer and film director Lee and traces his photographic development as well as his career in film and includes, among his most iconic photography, also many rarely seen images.
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