Lee Binding

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Lee Binding (born 1975) is a graphic designer who has worked on the television shows Doctor Who, Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures.[1]

Binding worked at Visual Imagination between 1997 and 2000, primarily on the science-fiction/cult television magazine TV Zone, which he briefly edited. In 2001, he joined Contender Entertainment Group to oversee their range of science fiction DVDs, including Farscape, Andromeda and The Avengers UK releases. He supervised the design and creation of DVD value added materials, supervising the commentary tracks for the He-Man releases, and chairing the Dungeons and Dragons commentaries.

His graphical work on Doctor Who started with the Big Finish audio releases, before moving on to designing the website for the relaunched Doctor Who TV series in 2005. From there, he took over the covers for the BBC Book range of Doctor Who books from release 16, Forever Autumn. He is also responsible for the concept layout and covers for the Torchwood range of books.

Binding's blog Glitter for Brains[2] has been nominated for awards, most notably in the The Pink Paper 2006 Awards where he came second in the category Best LGBT Blog. The blog was also joint winner of the web-based The Best of Blogs 2007 Award [3] in the LGBT category.

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  1. ^ "Lee Binding". Archived from the original on 2012-09-15.  The Tertiary Console Room[dead link]
  2. ^ Glitter for Brains glitterforbrains.blogspot.com
  3. ^ Best of Blogs 2007

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