Kevin Lee is a filmmaker based in New York City. He is an honoree of the 2004 Berlinale Talent Campus, 2004 IFP Project Involve and 2005 Film/Video Arts Artist Mentor Project. His work has been screened on PBS Television and the Museum of Modern Art, as well as festivals in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Manchester UK, Hawaii, and Singapore. His award-winning documentary DASTAAR: DEFENDING SIKH IDENTITY depicts the Sikh community's resistance to hate crimes and discrimination in the United States. TAKE A LOOK shows the effects of 9/11 on New York City's Chinatown community. His prize-winning project ON GUARD, depicting the day in the life of a security guard, was shot, edited and completed in 72 hours. He is currently producing and directing a full-length documentary on Sikh religion and culture in the United States and India.