Jungjin Lee (born 1961) is a Korean photographer and artist who currently lives and works in New York City.
Born in Korea, Lee began photographing in the early 1980s while a ceramics major at Hongik University in Seoul. Known for her laborious and handcrafted photographic work printed on handmade mulberry paper. She creates cross cultural photographic landscapes. Which combine techniques and materials of Eastern and Western traditions of both painting and photography.
Lee’s photographs have been widely published and exhibited internationally, and are also housed in many important collections, including those of the Metropolitan Museum of Art; Whitney Museum of American Art; FNAC, Paris; the LA Museum of Art; and Houston Museum of Fine Art.