Over the last five years Lee has created two major large-scale site specific works for Dance Umbrella, Common Dance (2009) included 50 performers of all ages and a young choir with sound score and choral works by Terry Mann, and Square Dances (2011), which took place in four squares in Bloomsbury, London, and involved over 160 performers accompanied by bells of all sizes. One part of this work,Melt Down, originally involving 35 men of all ages has also been remounted in Rio de Janiero and Heilbronn Germany with local people.
Without, commissioned by and created with Echo Echo Dance Theatre Company, is a seven-screen video installation with sound score by Graeme Miller. It captures a panoramic view of the city of Derry/Londonderry as its inhabitants dance and move through the streets. The installation involved 470 participants in front and behind the camera. As artists in residence for The International Festival Milton Keynes, Lee has recently created on an outdoor participatory work to take place in a cathedral of trees,Under the Vaulted Sky with design by Louise Belson and music composed by Terry Mann.
Lee also writes, guest teaches and lectures internationally. She is an Associate Artist at ResCen, Middlesex University, an Artsadmin artist, a Work Place artist, a South East Dance Fellow 2013, winner of the Bonnie Bird Award 2013, recipient of a JCRP Award and has recently been awarded an honorary doctorate from Roehampton University.