Lee Wexler has been photographing for over twenty five years. He has had solo photographic exhibitions in New York City, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and Paris, France. His work is in the permanent collections of The Brooklyn Museum, The Museum of the City of New York, The French Museum of Photography, the New York City Transit Museum, and The Centre National de la Photographie in Paris. Lee’s photographs have also appeared in The New York Times, Newsday, The Village Voice, American Photographer and Art in America and on television. He has taught photography at the New School for Social Research, the Parsons School of Design, and the University of Pennsylvania. His photographs have been published in several books, including Here is New York: A Democracy of Photographs, Scalo Press, Cityscapes, Columbia University Press, and Rising from the Rails, Holt Press.

Lee has been the official photographer for a variety of theatrical productions and ensembles, including productions at the Fringe Festival in NYC, The Drilling Company Repertory, The Culture Project, Shakespeare in the Parking Lot, Stagedoor Manor, Applause Repertory, and various independent repertories in New York City. His photographs are featured on a variety of theatrical websites.

Lee is the founder and artistic director of Images for Innovation®, a non-profit association of photographers and videographers dedicated to advancing innovative theater, performance art, and theater for social change in New York City. Images for Innovation® is uniting performance and photography into its own collaborative art form to powerfully convey the creative and social goals of theatrical groups and productions. www.ImagesforInnovation.org