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Alastrair LeeAlastair Lee
Film maker and climber Alastair Lee has spent the past 20 years grafting his way to the top of his game. His genuine passion for the mountain environment is best expressed through his innovative film work and superb cinematography.

Alastair has climbed in all seven of the world's continents producing over a dozen adventure films, three TV commercials and is an author of seven books. Alastair has always been at the forefront of filming techniques in adventure films and has sort out the most spectacular settings and gripping stories. His fresh approach has resulted in a successful career receiving over 80 international awards.

Alastair's movies: "Made in China" 2001, "Climbing in Morocco" 2003, "I Am Climbing" 2004, and "Twice Upon a Time in Bolivia" 2004. In 2005 after the success of working with David Halsted, they created "Storms - The Movie" 2005. Their 2006 project "Set in Stone", was a big success and Alastair went solo again for his 2007 project 'PSYCHE' which won two awards at Kendal and a further seven awards around the world. Alastair then completed his third 'proper' climbing film 'On Sight' which has seen rave reviews and won the prestigious Grand Prize and Best Climbing film at the 2008 Kendal Mountain Film Festival. In 2009 Alastair teamed up with top climber Leo Houlding on his most ambitious film to date; 'The Asgard Project' which has won 22 international awards and had a UK TV broadcast on Discovery's freeview channel 'Quest'. Then in 2010 PSYCHE II scooped the Grand Prize and Best Climbing Film at the Kendal Mountain Film Festival. Alastair's production of 2012 AUTANA is received rave reviews and won a clutch of top film making awards. More recently The Last Great Climb again with adventure climber Leo Houlding is looking like a mountain classic scooping up gongs around the globe and has been broadcast on National Geographic US several times during 2014.

Al's new project for 2014 is the Brit Rock Film Tour.

In May of 2013 Alastair was awarded one of the top awards in his industry, the Grand Prize from the International Mountain Film Alliance at the Trento Film Festival IMFA website.

Alastair's photography website.