Wellington Lee has been active in his pursuit of photographic expression
for over 60 years. His photographs have been accepted at over 15000 juried salons worldwide and his name and work are legendary
among camera clubs throughout Asia, Europe, and North America.
Wellington Lee moved to the USA in 1935, where he began an active interest
in photography. He was founder of the Photo Society of New York and chaired many committees both in America and over seas
regarding the expansion and promotion of photography as a fine art. His photographs of New York, the nude figure and ballet
dancers have received over one thousand awards, and have been exhibited internationally. Lee is also known for his development
of the color printing process know as Addacolor, a creative color printing process generated from a black and white negative.
The continued success of PSNY is a testament to his foresight, and leadership.