Yehlin Lee, 1976 born in Taipei, Taiwan. He began to make sound art since 2001, focused on Humanistic Soundscape Recording, Electroacoustic Music and Musique concrète. In 2011, he turned to use photography as a creative medium. Photography to him is a way to approach the raw material of perception. It is also a practice of becoming aware of his habitual idea of reality, and trying to bypass it. His photography and sound work has been exhibited/performed in various group/solo exhibitions in Asia, Europe and North America, such as Lewis Elton Gallery (UK), Revolutions Per Minute (New York), National Art Exhibition(Taiwan). He has received Best Portfolio Review in Young Art Taipei 2016, Young photographers Award (Jury prize, TIVAC), Digital Art Award (Honorary Mention, Keio Univ, Japan). His work has been collected by Art Bank, Ministry of Culture, Taiwan. He obtained his master's degree from Electronics Engineering, NCTU, Taiwan and Post-diplome in interactive art research, ENSAD, Paris, France.