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Mr. Sean Lee-Davies

Sean was formerly Editorial Director of Asia Tatler’s 15 magazines across the region. During that time Lee-Davies interviewed and photographed some of most famous personalities in the world including Marc Jacobs, Keanu Reeves, Leonardo Di Caprio,

Matthew McConaughey, Catherine Zeta-Jones and David Beckham. He has interviewed some of China’s biggest names and stars such as Li Ning, Cai Guo Ciang, Zhang Ziyi, Yao Ming, Jackie Chan & Donnie Yen.

Over the years, Lee-Davies’ writing and photography has appeared in many international publications such as Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Sunday Times, and International Herald Tribune. His luxury clients include Burberry, L’Oreal, Louis Vuitton Cartier, Pernod Ricard and Estee Lauder to name a few.

Outside of the print world, Lee-Davies is an award-winning TV producer and Host. Through his production company, Activis Media, Lee-Davies has written, directed, produced and hosted feature documentaries and TV shows for National Geographic, Channel News Asia, LiTV and TVB. More recently, Lee-Davies won acclaim as the Host and Executive producer of hit TV show ‘Tycoon Talk’ in which he interviewed of Hong Kong’s highest profile billionaires and business leaders such as Sir Gordon Wu and Alan Zeman and Cecil Chao.

In addition to TV hosting, Lee-Davies is one of the city’s top MC’s and has hosted several balls such as the Tatler Ball as well as events for luxury brands such as BMW, Breitling, The Marina Bay Sands, Forevermark, Conrad, The Venetian Macao.

In 2011, Lee-Davies founded a non-profit organization called Project C:CHANGE, an environmental initiative that raises funding and awareness about critical issues in Asia. In 2015, Project C:CHANGE called on the HK govt to ban the ivory trade and launched “Love Is Wild”, a fine art photography exhibition about endangered wildlife

1 of 6 featuring 40 prints by Lee-Davies. The exhibition was accompanied by a 6-part TV eco-adventure show TVB called “Adventures to the Edge” as well as a fine-art coffee table book published by Asia One.