Simon Lee is a Los Angeles based concept designer and sculptor for feature films.
Some of his more notable works include
Guillermo del Toro's "PACIFIC RIM" (2013), "THE STRAIN" (2014),
Darren Aronofsky's biblical epic "NOAH" (2014), Angelina Jolie's "MALEFICENT" (2014),
and Doug Liman's "EDGE OF TOMORROW" (2014) starring Tom Cruise.
Simon has contributed his design and sculptural work to projects for such clients as
Warner Brothers, Legendary Pictures, Disney, Disney Toons, Paramount Pictures, Universal,
Fox, Bungie, and Coca-Cola.
In addition to concept design work for films, Simon also teaches a sculpture and design class to professional artists out of his studio in Alhambra, California (about 10 minutes away from downtown Los Angeles).
**Simon has taught artists from Valve, Blizzard, Blur, Digital Domain, Disney, Gentle Giant, Infinity Ward, HydraulX, Insomniac, Naughty Dog, and Sony etc. He is available for creature design, character concept developement, sculptural designs, workshops, lectures, and demonstrations. You can contact him via email for availability check.
Before becoming a full-time sculptor, Simon operated his own web design and programming business
under the company name of SPIDERZERO INTERAVTIVE MEDIA. When he first started posting his sculptural
work online back in 2007, he simply used the screen name SPIDERZERO, and that moniker has stuck to this day.