Based in the South West of England Lee Fletcher is a recording artist, producer, arranger, songwriter, mix & mastering engineer, (plus occasional photographer / film-maker).
Having worked in a variety of audio-visual capacities with notable artists and musicians from around the world Lee has helped to fulfil a number of critically acclaimed works. Together with his most frequent collaborator (German touch-style guitarist & composer) Markus Reuter he fronts Unsung Productions; a collective of independent audio professionals dedicated to high production standards and unbridled musical creativity.
Lee's extensive portfolio has led to a number of accolades including 'Best Producer 2012' and 'Best Single 2013' from the (UK) South West Music Awards. Nonetheless his creative outlook is far from mainstream, with the majority of associated projects leaning towards the more experimental and/or playful end of the musical spectrum.
As a recording artist Lee's music is cinematic in its scope, combining finely balanced ethereal arrangements with reflective lyrical themes. And as a producer and mix engineer he invariably leaves an indelible imprint on the material that he shapes with collaborating artists, giving much of his creative self to the process.
Lee's professional services include:
Audio Production | Arranging
Musical Performance | Sound Design
Coaching | Masterclasses
Please use the contact form for all enquiries...
Selected Faith in Worthless Things press comments:
"Lovely and intelligent melodic-prog" (Barry Cleveland: Guitar Player Magazine)
"Incredible production, gorgeous vocals, impeccable instrumentation, and heavy lyrics. There's nothing here not to love" (Vince Font: Writer & Broadcaster - US 'Progopolis' Radio Show)
"An ominous, richly produced debut from a very talented sound-artist" (René Yedema: iO Pages Magazine)
“Affection and anger, dislocation and commonality, families and strangers, nature and the grind, all linked under a lovingly gilded arch of strings, soft voices and soundscapes" (Dann Chinn: Misfit City)
"Lee’s words are from the heart and full of soul, and most importantly REAL" (Roger Trenwith: Duch Progressive Rock Page)
"Great musical craftsmanship, intriguing musical ideas and captivating sounds" (Jerry Lucky: The Progressive Rock Files)
"We need to be thankful that work this beautiful still gets made" (Chris Jones: Writer & BBC Producer)
"There are many well-groomed tunes to be admired" (Sid Smith: Classic Rock Presents PROG Magazine)
"This is 100% excellence in every way. RECOMMENDED!" (Lee Henderson: ProgNaut)