2017年與獨立藝術家邱加希共同策劃《re:do/ Joseph Lee/ KT Yau》，首個以眾籌方式進行重演，演出其獨舞作品《回聲摺疊》，及後受邀往北京舞蹈雙周，城市當代舞蹈節2017，德國美茵茲的國際表演藝術節，廣東現代舞周，香港比舞、福岡舞蹈藝穗節、愛丁堡藝穗節以及澳洲Supercell Dance Festival中作巡迴演出。
Joseph Lee was born in Hong Kong and he began his dance training at the age of seventeen. Graduated from Chinese University of Hong Kong with a bachelor in Professional Accountancy and The Place, London Contemporary Dance School for his Master of Arts (Contemporary Dance) in 2015. Lee joined Unlock Dancing Plaza as an apprentice upon his return at the beginning of 2015 and became their resident artist afterwards. Lee was appointed as the associate artistic director of Unlock Dancing Plaza in 2020, curating a series of contemporary dance program and platforms to foster artistic discourse in the performing arts field locally and internationally.
He is also active in creating dance works to expand the imagination in choreography by redefining the territory of performance and examining the very nature of dance. His recent interests lie on the comprehension, transposition and reenactment of bodily experience, as well as reflection and questioning of the performative nature rooted in daily life of contemporary society.
Lee was awarded Arts Development Award for Young Artist (2017); the Chin Lin Foundation of Emerging Choreographer (2016). He was commissioned by Hong Kong Arts Festival (Jockey Club Contemporary Dance Series), TaiKwun and Stella & Artists(Macau). He is also one of the collective members of iCoDaCo 2018-20 (International Contemporary Dance Collective) which aims at creating and performing a work together with five other choreographers from different European countries within two years.
In 2017, Lee, together with an independent dance artist KT Yau, has launched the first local crowdfunded dance project re:do/ Joseph Lee/ KT Yau and re-staged his solo work Folding Echoes, which then goes on tour to the International Performance Festival in Mainz, Germany and Beijing Dance Festival, City Contemporary Dance Festival, Guangdong Dance Festival, Hong Kong Dance Exchange, Fukuoka Dance Fringe Festival, Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Supercell Dance Festival in Australia .