Samantha Lee is a multimedia journalist based in New York City. Her interests, of which there are many, include science, the environment, women's sexual health and reproductive rights, food and culture.
She is a graduate from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, where she pursued a concentration in health and science. Since then, she's worked as a video fellow at Bustle, and is now an associate producer at New York Magazine.
Her work has appeared in Scientific American, NPR's Latino USA, Grist, Roads & Kingdoms, and Modern Farmer, among others. She has written about a transgender workers' co-op in Queens, the changing face of feminist porn, and renewable energy (from human poo). She also does video, look!
Samantha is passionate about advancing traditional long form narratives while exploring visual storytelling mediums.
She is also passionate about fried chicken.