Rich Lee

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Rich Lee is an American music video and commercial director signed to DNA in Hollywood, California and Flynn Productions in the United Kingdom. He has directed music videos for Maroon 5, Eminem, The Black Eyed Peas, Norah Jones, Michael Bublé and The All-American Rejects. Rich Lee started his professional career as a sculptor and fabricator for Broadway shows in New York City. He later moved on to computer graphics and created 3-D previsualizations for big budget Hollywood feature films such as The Pirates of the Caribbean I, II & III, I Am Legend, Minority Report and Constantine. From the encouragement of feature film directors he moved into directing music videos and commercials.[1][2][3][4]

Videography[edit]

List of music videos, showing year released
Title Year Artist(s)
"Just Like You" 2005 Buckfast
"Grown and Sexy" 2006 Chamillionaire
"Don't Wait" Dashboard Confessional
"All of the Above" Big City Rock
"Clumsy"[A] 2007 Fergie
"Good Enough" Evanescence
"Lie to Me" 12 Stones
"She's Got You High" Mumm-Ra
"It's Over" 2008 Jesse McCartney
"How Do You Sleep?" 2009
"I Will Not Bow" Breaking Benjamin
"Chasing Pirates" Norah Jones
"Haven't Met You Yet" Michael Bublé
"Dollhouse" Priscilla Renea
"The Wind Blows" The All-American Rejects
"I Wanna" (UK version)
"Hush Hush" Pussycat Dolls
"Coming Home" (featuring Skylar Grey)[B] 2010 Diddy – Dirty Money
"The Time (Dirty Bit)" The Black Eyed Peas
"Beautiful Dangerous" (featuring Fergie) Slash
"Check It Out" will.i.am and Nicki Minaj
"Hollywood" Michael Bublé
"Touch" Natasha Bedingfield
"Not Afraid" Eminem
"Imma Be Rocking That Body"[C] The Black Eyed Peas
"Gettin' Over You" (featuring Fergie and LMFAO) David Guetta and Chris Willis
"Don't Hold Your Breath" 2011 Nicole Scherzinger
"21st Century Girl" Willow Smith
"Don't Wanna Go Home" Jason Derülo
"Lighters" (featuring Bruno Mars) Bad Meets Evil
"T.H.E. (The Hardest Ever)" (featuring Jennifer Lopez and Mick Jagger) will.i.am
"She's So Mean" 2012 Matchbox Twenty
"My Life" (featuring Eminem and Adam Levine) 50 Cent
"Love Somebody" 2013 Maroon 5
"Rap God" Eminem
"The Monster" (featuring Rihanna)
Notes
  • A – Directed with Marc Webb.
  • B – Skylar Grey does not appear in the music video.
  • C – "Imma Be" and "Rock That Body" combined into one video.

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