A retrospective with the children of the late photojournalist Bud Lee


Today we look back at the life of photojournalist Bud Lee, who died in Plant City last month at the age of 74. Lee started his photography career capturing images of civil unrest in the 60s, his work eventually gracing the pages of Life Magazine, Esquire, Vogue, Rolling Stone Magazine, and the New York Times. Although originally from New York, Lee settled and raised a family in Plant City, becoming a mainstay in the Tampa Bay art scene. His Children, Charlotte and Thomas Lee, join Host Rob Lorei to talk about their father’s work. There is an upcoming memorial for him that will be held at the Tampa Museum of Photographic Arts This Saturday at 6 pm.

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