Film and entertainment, consumer finance, business, Wall Street, retail, travel, food, architecture and design, health care, labor and employment, airlines, advertising and energy (oil and gas), among others.
Anything and everything.
Several years of post-graduate study at USC's Annenberg School for Communications and Journalism
Patrick Lee has written extensively about film, TV, Hollywood and the entertainment industry, both from a consumer standpoint and from the point of view of an industry insider. His work has appeared in several publications and media outlets.
Patrick Lee worked as a staff writer on the Business section of the Los Angeles Times, specializing in entertainment, film and TV, energy (oil and gas), labor, finance and the economy. He also worked as a public relations and media relations specialist with the crisis PR agency Sitrick and Co. in Los Angeles. He has written e-newsletters, website copy and blog posts for business clients in such industries and health care, retail, consumer finance, entertainment and other areas.
Patrick Lee worked as a journalist and reporter for major newspapers, public radio stations and major digital media outlets for more than 20 years.
Patrick can write articles on any subject in any format, including a fully reported magazine-style piece, a short news story, a blog post or a Q&A, depending on the needs of the client. He can also adopt whatever voice or tone the client demands, from conversational to authoritative.
Patrick has written blog posts for various outlets, including Tribeca Shortlist's "Outtake" blog. He curated and aggregated content, conducted interviews and did original research to create original posts for each client, tailored to that client's audience needs.
Patrick produced e-newsletters for various clients, including TYT.com. He curated and aggregated copy from around the internet for each newsletter, then edited it to conform to house style and to appeal to the client's key audience.